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THE TUFTS LIBRARY 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



WEYMOUTH • MASSACHUSETTS 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 

AND ADVISERS 



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Editor: 
Jeanne B. Burki 

Assistant Editor: 

Gloria A. Bi lcher 

Art Editor: 

Virgin] \ I. M \n\ 

Business Manager: 
Vikf.iM \ A. Hi (, \k n 



Statj: 

Helen 
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1 .. Alley, [oan Arnold, 
M. Bar h i i i , C-i iris i \ G. 
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Faculty Advisers: 

Mr. Prescoti Brown, \Ik. William 
Ki vrnSj Miss Evelyn Silvester, Miss 
Mar^ Toomi v, Miss Alice 

Win l r. 



Policy Committee: 

Barbara S. Bender, Joseph F. 

( .\s\ \. Ro> \\ . GUSTAFSON, 
[osm'h B. Missiik. Mark S. 
Shields, Dorothy A. Tucci, 
I'm i |. CoNNEl i . Ralph F. 
R \i MOND. 



JAN 12 '94 



Printed by pupils of the Printin? 
Department, Weymouth Vocational 
School: Mr. John Collins; Mr. George 
Xott, Mr. Herman Perry, Instructors 



THANK YOU EVERYBODY! 



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C J N memory of our former teacher and 
friend, Mr. Frederick H. Hoyle of the Weymouth Vocational 
School, we, the Class of 195 5, wish to dedicate our yearbook. As 
we continue to prepare ourselves for the future, we shall ever 
remember his genuine kindness and sincere helpfulness to all. 



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M E M O R I A M 



IN GRATITUDE 



We. the Senior Class, wish to thank the Eollowing, 
who have given most generously ol their time- and effort to 
make our graduation and yearbook a success: 

M iss Hi \s<>\ 
Miss Canning 
Mr. Ghiorsb 
Miss Hackett 
Mrs. Mas i i rs 
Miss McMorrow 
Miss N ORRIS 

Miss Pearson 

M iss ViMV. 

and 

Harru i Badger 

Koui R I A PANNII R 

Katherini Pecoraro 

Others, too numerous to mention, also deserve commenda 
tion For their assistance. 



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COMEDTS 



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DEDICATION 


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FOUR-YEAR HONOR ROLL 


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FACULTY 


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CLASS OFFICERS 


21 


SENIORS 


51 


CLASS HISTORY 


61 


WHO'S WHAT 


65 


INFORMALS 


71 


HIGH HONOR ESSAYS 


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CLASS ACTIVITIES 


107 


CLASS WILL 


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BUSINESS FRIENDS 



1955 



HIGH HONORS . . . 



Barbara Bender 
Joanne Fail 
John Lombard 

Philip Walling 

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[OYCE M ALETTE 
J I \\ Rl( II \R|)SO\ 

Malcolm Tobey 



HONORS . . 

|ow Arnold 
Harriet Badger 
Arthur Bandini 
David Bartlett 

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Ellen Coyle 
Dori an Gushing 
Jam is Di wing 
Anthony Faletra 
Mary Frates 
Carolyn French 
Carol Grant 
Roy Gustafson 
Jean Hale 



Ann Keane 
Edwin Lofgren 
Virgini \ Mahn 
Sheila Nelson 
Richard O'Connor 
| \\K i Oliva 
Janus Petersen 
Robert Pitts 
Edward Porter 
Joyce Provost 
R v.lph Raymond 
Robert Rjbbe 
Mark Shields 
Lois \'i(.i)ok 



As you lfave Wevmouth High School, it is our hope that you will find yourselves prepared, 
both academically and socially, to meet your ever-increasing responsibility, You are entering 
this new phase of your life in an age when clear, good American thinking is extremely im- 
portant and necessary, if you are to continue in the mode of living to which you are accus- 

tomed. 

I believe there is an old Chinese proverb which reads, "Just as tall trees are known by 
their shadows, so are good men known by their enemies." 1 mention this because. It seems 
to me many people spend too much time in achieving popularity, even with the wrong kind 
of persons, and so' they do not have time to make the right kind of Wends. It also seems that 
a man for whom everyone has a good word cannot be very positive in his convictions and 
the carrying out of such convictions. 

What I am trying to say. briefly, is that if you choose your friends carefully, think 
properly, and do your best to have others do the same, then surely your motto. The Wrong 
Shall Fail . . . The Right Prevail," will be true. 

I wish you all the best of everything, and again hope that your stay at Weymouth High 
School has been as profitable and productive as we have tried to make it. 

W. L. Whittle 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Edna G. FLAHERTY 

Guidance, English 
Vir«.ini\ Nye 

Guidance 
Walter C. Gutterson 

Guidance 

Phyllis K. Denault 

Secretary to Directors of Instruction 
Guidance 



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First Row: 

Thomas A. Lyons 

Assistant Principal 
Wallace L. Whittle 

Principal 
Laura Nash 

Secretary 

Helen A. Caulfield 

Secretary of Vocational School 

Second Row: 

Francis E. Whipple 

Director of Construction and Maintenance 
Josephine Dalto 

Assistant Secretary 
Ray G. Parker 

Principal of Vocational School 



GUIDANCE 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH 




First Row: 

Oral A. Pace 

Physical Education 
John Fisher 

Coach 
Leo Hayes 

Physical Education 
Second Row: 

Herberta L. Stoc kuh l 

Nurse 
Mary ¥.. Aronold 

Physical Education 
Joan Flagc 

Physical Education 



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LANGUAGES 





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First Row: 

Elizabeth I.. Bidell 
trench, Spanish 

Ernestine R. Canning 
French 

Anita L. Petrucci 
English, French 

Hn i s (.. I >o\s 

English 

Second Row: 

Martha Yimm. 

Latin 

Alice M. White 
English 

PREscon B. Brown 

English 

M \ry E. Toomey 
English 

I 1 1 1 1 c I Row: 

Ei izabi m V. Waterm w 
English, Spanish 

DOROTHY Pearson 

English, Social Studies 

John F. GANNON 
Latin, Mathematics 

Mary E. Mc.Morrow 
English 

George J. McCarthy 



THE ARTS 




Evelyn Silvester 
Art 



Robert S. Lang 

Mechanical Drawing 



M xio L. Oloster 
Librarian 



Rl'SSELL H. J.' 
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COMMERCIAL 



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First Row: 

Mvrc.vret K. Lancford 

Commercial 
Louise Hill 

Commercial 
Olive E. Hackett 

Commercial 
M. Jean Young 

Cow mercial 
Francis X. Kelly 

Commercial 

Second Row: 

Dorothy MacGregor 

Commercial 
Helen M. Norris 

Commercial 
Elizabeth MacGregor 
Commercial 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




I iim Ron: 
Ralph L. Lordi 

Social Studies 
Donald Drake 

Social Studies 
Second Row: 
I \ \i es Steele 

Social Studies 
W illiam T. K EARNS 

Social St tidies 
John W. White 

Social Studies 



MATHEMATICS- SCIENCE 



Altah Raymond 

.Mathematics 
Ri «hi. H. Mazzola 

Science, Mathematics 
John F. Ghiorse 

Science, Mathematics 

Malcolm Pratt 

Mathematics, 
Driver Education 
Waldo H. Nw an 

Mathematics, 
Driver Education 
Clarence R. Lyond 

Science 
Norman I). Fold 

Science 
John K. Del ahi n r 

Science, Economics 




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VOCATIONAL 



First Row : 

George H. Klay 
Drafting 

Jalmar X. Nelson 

Science, Carpentry, Cabinctmaking 



Otto H. Maun 
Civics, C it ill a nc 
cation 



Placement . Driver Edit- 



Fames F. Boland 
Sheet Metal, Related Subjects 
Second Row: 

Jcseph K. Whittemore 
English, History 

Norman Roiierts 

Auto Mechanics, Related Subjects 

Eric A. Roy 
English, Mathematics 

George e. Nott 
Printing, Related Subjects 




F'rst Row : 

Fred P, Carlson 

Carpentry 
Herman P. Perry 

Printing 
John F. Collins 

Printing 
Philip W. Henley 

Carpentry 

Harold E. Clarke 
Sheet Metal 

Second Row : 

George V. Xajarian 

Auto Mechanics 
Lewis H. Bacon 

Auto Mechanics 
William A. Dwyer 

Cabinctmaking 



VOCATIONAL 





HOME ECONOMICS AND AGRICULTURE 



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First Row: 

Marie K Giiiorse 

English, Science, 
Studies 

E.a Scala 

Home Economics 

Lav se B. Masters 
Home Economics 

Second Row : 

H lmir S. Xfison 
Agriculture 

Harold R. Nelson 
Agriculture 



Mathematics. 



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Having completed our high-school education, we are about to enter another phase of life. 
Some of us are already enrolled in higher institutions of learning, while others expect to 
enter various fields of occupation. 

W hat we get from liie will be the result oi our daily ac tivities. Courage, determination, 
and hard work are essential to achieve worthy goals. We must ever be thankful for all the 
privileges and opportunities the American way of lite offers. By accepting every responsibility 
ot a good citizen, we can put into effec t the m >tto we have chosen: 

The Wrong Shall Fail . . . the Right Prevail. 

Edward Gurry 
President, W. H. S. 

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Now m\i OUR SCHOOI iia^ have come to a close, we realize that we must adjust our lives 
constructively in order to become useful members <»i society. 

Accomplishment is not measured in wealth alone, bui in the value <>! what is ef- 
fected. Let us never forget that honesty in all actions is the key to success; let us strive to 
make this a better world foi all. 

| \ \1 I - Pi I I RSI N 

President W. V. S. 



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A most important time of life is now here, when we all must make a decision as to the field in 
which we hope to work. Unless great eflort and willingness accompany our preparation, we 
can never achieve a feeling of self-satisfaction and happiness. 

Let each one of us strive to portray the necessary courage to follow the right path that 
is bound to lead us to success. 

Jeanne Burke 

Editor-in-Chief 



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CHARLES ADAMS 

Usually Seen: 

Smiling 
South Junior High I. 



Charlie 



MM IU K r AHE VR\ 

Usually Seen: 

Walking in a daze 
Football 1; Honors 1. 



Mil 



S VNDR \ ALLEN 



Sandy 



Usually Seen: 

Getting news for her newspaper column 
Science Fair Exhibit 1.2; Mr. Klay's Sec- 
retary 4; Typewriting Certificate 54 words, 
3; Attendance Slips 3.4; High School News 
Correspondent 3,4. 




HI I.I \ AM I V 

Usually Seen: 

Talking and laughing 
Yearbook Staff 4; Spanish Club 3: Basket- 
ball 3; Softball 3; Open House Exhibit 3; 
Junior Decorating 3. 



JEAN AMABILE 

Usually Seen: 

Playing a joke 
South Junior High 1; Honors 2.3; Gregg 
Transcription 60, 80, 100, 4; Typewriting 
Certificate 46 words, 3; Mr. Nelson's Sec- 
retary 4; Class History 4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Volleyball 1.2; Badminton 1,2,3; Softball 
1.2. 



JOAN AMABILE 

Usually Seen: 

Doing secretarial work for the A.V. 
South Junior High 1; Basketball 1,2; Vol- 
leyball 1; Badminton 1,2; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60 words, 3; Senior 
Play Selection 4; Mr. Cleaves's Secretary 4. 




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HARRIET AMIRAULT 



Pinky 



Usually Seen: 

Looking quiet and undisturbed 
Badminton 1. 



ASTRID ANDERSON 



Andy 



Usually Seen: 

Looking like a fashion-plate 
Quincy Point Junior High 1; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 80 words, 4; Type- 
writing Certificate 53 words, 3; Reflector 
Secretary 4; Mr. Raymond's Secretary 4; 
Who's Who 4; Attendance Slips 3,4; Easter 
Assembly 3. 



BARBARA ANDERSON 



smi.cy 



Usually Seen: 

Nominating her friends 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60 words 
3; Typewriting Certificate 53 words, 3 
Junior Annex Secretary 4; Senior Nominat 
ing 4; Class Banquet 4; Pep Club 1,2 
Spanish Club 1; Choir 1; Miss Stockwell's 
Assistant 3; Student Council Assembly 4. 



CARL ANDERSON 



Ted 



Usually Seen: 

Making heavenly music 
Honors 1; Senior Prom 4; Student Council 
1,2,3; Student Council Assistant 4; Baseball 
1,2,4; Football 1; Winter Track 2; Foot- 
ball Usher 1,2,3. 



ROBERT ARMSTRONG 



Army 



Usually Seen: 

As tall, dark, handsome, and quiet 
South Junior High 1; Who's Who 4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Football 1; Pageant 1. 



JOAN ARNOLD 



Joanie 



Usually Seen: 

Being busy with her work 
Honors 1,2,3; Reflector Advertising Staff 
3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2,3; Span- 
ish Club 3; Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; Badmin- 
ton 2; Softball 2; Science Fair Exhibit 3; 
State Music Festival 1,2. 



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I lAKKIl r BADG1 R 

Usually Seen: 

Doing what she should 
South Junior High 1; High Honors I; 
Honors 2.S; Kefleitot Arc Staff 4, Literary 
Staff l.2;3,4; Yearbook Staff I; Old Colony 
Club Honorary Member 4: Band 2; Choir 
2; Science Fair Exhibit 3; Home Room 
Messenger 2,4; State Musical Festival 2; 
Graduation Reception ■«; Basketball 1,2; 
Badminton 3; Volleyball 2. 



Ki Willi BAKER 



B.ii 



Usually Seen: 

Speeding by tti his <./r 
South Junior High 1; Cap and Gown 4. 



WW Id IB BAKER 

Usually Seen: 

Painting his cat 
Senior Party 4; Open House 1.3. 



MM I II \l It AND1M 



Art 



Usually Seen: 

111 the first floor boot room 
Honors 1.2.3; Baseball 1.2.3; Football 
2,3,4; Eook Room 2,3,4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 1.2,3. 



UOB1 IU BARN! S 



Bob 



Usually Seen: 

With the boys 
Football Ij Football Usher 2; Pum'kin Hop 
4. 



DAVID BAR 1 LETT 



D.n 



Usually Seen: 

Working hard on some committee 
Honors 1.2,3; Yearbook Staff A: Senior 
Nominating 4; Senior Banquet t: Student 
Council 3,4; Cross Country 1 ; Science Fair 
Exhibit J; Winter Track 2.3; Book Room 
3,4. 








A I A IS B \ .\ I I K 



Bil.s 



Usually Seen: 

With the gang 
South Junior High 1; Class Will 4; Basket 
ball 1; Science Fair Exhibit 3: Student 
Council Assistant 4. 



(il.OKI \ 111 I ( III K 



(>l.> 



Usually Seen: 

As a most popular and reliable girl 
Girls' Latin School. Boston 1; Honors 2; 
Latin Certificate of Eminem Merit 2; Ma- 
roon and Gold Staff 3. Yearbook. Assistant 
Editor 4; Junior Decorating J; Student 
Council i. Farewell Assembly 3; Victory 
Dance i; Future Nurses ■); Miss Stock- 
wells Assistant 3; Science Fair Exhibit 3; 
Pep Club 4; Basketball 2. 



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11. in i, 



Usually Seen: 

Worrying about Nelly belle 
South Junior High I ; Class Will 4; Student 
Council Assistant I; Pep Club 3; Badmin- 
ton 1.2; Basketball 1.2.3; Softball 2,3; Vol- 
leyball 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit 3; Lunch 
Room Cashier 1 . 



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II irb 



Usually Seen: 

As our smartly dressed editor of 
the Reflector 
High Honors 1.2.3; Refleilor Editor-in- 
Chief 1. Literary Staff 2.3; Yearbook Policy 
4; Junior Decorating 3; Junior Party 3; 
Girls' Sports 1.2; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 3; Miss 
Stockwcll's Assistant 2; Science Fair Exhibit 
3; Pep Club 3.4; Spanish Club 3; Stare 
Music Festival I ; Assembly. Piano Accom- 
panist 3,4. 



I I IOM \S 111 R \IM)I 



Red 



Usually Seen: 

Working at the First National 
A.V. Club 1; Football 2; Home Room Mes 
senger 1. 



DOK1S BERGERON 

Usually Seen: 

Working at the "Fire and Ten" 
South Junior High 1; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60 words. 3; Mr. Lyond s Secre- 
tary 4: Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Vol- 
leyball 2. 



CAROL BETTS 
Usually Seen: 

Making up Design assignments 
Pand. Choir I; Badminton 1; Volleyball 2; 
Future Nurses 4; Basketball 4. 



FRANCIS BEVACQUA 

USUALLY SEEN: 

Reading pocket editions 
Boston College High School 1,2,3- 



Frank 



PRiSCll.l. A B1NNLY 



Cilia 



Usually Seen: 

Studying French verbs 
Cap anJ Gown 4; Future Nurses 3.4; Pep 
Club 4; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3; Open House Exhibit 1,2; 
Senior Play Usher 4. 



HAROLD HI ANCHARD 



Potsie 



Usually Seen: 

Bombing around in his Ford 
South Junior High 1; Honors 2; Class His- 
tory 4; Student Council Assistant 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Nominating 3; Football 1,2,3; Bas- 
ketball 1. 



HELEN BLANCHARD 

Usually Seen: 

Typing recipes lor Room 208 
Miss Benson's Secretary 4; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 46 words, 3; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Open House Exhibit 1; Senior Party 4. 



JO \\ BLAND 



Jod 



Usually Seen: 

With her dog, Buster 
Pep Club 4; Future Nurses 3,4; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3; Band Choir 1; Basketball I; 
Softball 1; Volleyball 1. 






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ROBERT BORGEN 

Usually Seen: 

In his cur 
South Junior High 1. 



Hob 



MARGARET BOl IDREAl H.T 



Houdie 



Usually Seen: 

Locking room 104 
Science Fair Exhibit I; Open House 1; Miss 
Hacketts Secretary 4. 



BEVERLY. BOl 1.1 1U 



Ginger 



Usually Seen: 

With a paint brush 
Art Staff 4; Science Fair Exhibit 1; Victory 
Dance 4; Senior Party 4; Senior Play 
Usher 4. 



BARBARA BRADY 



Barb 



Usually Seen: 

Comb.ng her hair in the homeroom 
Mr. Klay's Secretary 4; Miss Sto.kwell's 
Assistant 2,3; Softball 1,2; Grammar School 
Messenger 1; Student Council Assistant 1,2; 
Attendance Slips 4; Pum kin Hop 4. 



JOAN II RE EM 



Joanie 



Usually Seen: 

Writing letters to 
South Junior High I 
Certificate 60 words 
Mr. lack's Secretary 4; Badminton 2 
leyball 2. 



special someone 
Gregg Transcription 
80, 100 words 4; 

Vol- 



BARBARA BRAZE. M ' 



Barb 



Usually Seen: 

Smuggling with shorthand 
South Junior High 1; Gregg Transcription 
60 words, 3; Badminton 3; Softball 3; Vol- 
leyball 1,2; Miss Waterman's Secretary 4; 
Pep Club 4. 



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beverly brk.iiam 



Bcv 



Usually Seen: 

Playing Cupid 
Honors 1; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60 words, 3; Junior Parry }; Stnior Parry 
■i; Junior Annex Secretary 4. 



DONNA BROWN 



Brownie 



Usually Seen: 

Rushing here and there 
South Junior High 1; Basketball I; Volley- 
ball I; Mr. Kearns's Secretary 4; Gregg 
transcription Certificate 60. 3; Typewriting 
Certificate 47. 3; Hum kin Hop •); Pep Club 
4; Home Room Messenger 2; Honors 1; 
Science lair Exhibit 2; A.V. (lub I. 



SANDIt A BROWN 



Sandy 



Usually Seen: 

Wailing for j "phone" call 
Honors 1,2,3; Gregg Transcription (cruii 
cite 60, }; Typewriting Certificate J3, v 
Mr. Nelson s Secretary i, Senior Play Selec- 
tion i ( lavs \\ ill i. lliiinc- Room Mes in 
ger 2. 



JEANNE Bl IRKB 



Usually Seen: 

As a perfect friend and editor 
High Honors 1. Honors 3; Yearbook Edi- 
tor-in-Chief 4; Reflector Literary Staff 2.3; 
Junior Decorating 3; Junior Party s; Stu- 
dent Council Assistant 2,3,4; I.unch Room 
Cashier 1.2; Farewell Assembly 3; Christ- 
mis Assembly 4j Spiritual Assembly 3; Pep 
Club 3; Spanish ( lub 3; Basketball 1.2; 
Softbail 1,2; Class Motto S; Badminton 1.2; 
Field Hockey 1.2; Volleyball 1,2; Choir 
1.2. 



WILLIAM BYRON 



Bill 



Usually Seen: 

Wandering out of 212 
Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Country 1; A.V. 
Club 1, Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



ROBERT CABRAL Cubby 

Usually Seen: 

Whispering in class 
Baseball 3; Senior Reception 4; Mr. Col- 
lins' Secretary 3.4. 





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Sarg 



Usually Seen: 

In a new "Chevy" 
South Junior High 1 ; Basketball I ; Class 
Will i, Farewell Assembly 3; Attendance 
Slips 4; Reflector Secretary 4; Badminton 3; 
Spanish (.lub 2. 



VIRGINIA (.'ALL 
Usually Seen: 

Horseback riding 
South Junior High I . Badminton 1 
ball 1; Lunch Room Assistant 1; 
1,2; Miss White's Secretary 3,4; 



Ginni 



Volley- 
Honors 
\\ ho - 



Who 4; Gregg 1 ranscription 60, 3. 80, 4. 



JAMES CAMPBBLL 



J nil 



Usually Seen: 

Stocking shelves 
Football 1,3; Lunch Room Assistant 2; Mr. 
Ghiorsc's Secretary 4; Science Fair Exhibit 
1. 



1 l)\V \RI) ( \ KIM MIR 



Id 



Usually Seen: 

Playing the comedian 
Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1.2.3; Football 3.4; 
Winter Track 4; Cross Country 1; Farewell 
Assembly 3; Student Council Assistant •); 
Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



JOSEPH CASEY Joe 
Usually Seen: 

Wearing snappy clothes 
Typewriting Certificate 45, 3; Yearbook 
Policy 4; Junior Party 3; Class Will 4: 
A.V. Club 1; Student Council Assistant 3.4; 
Band 1; Cross Country I; Football 2.3; 
Spring Track 2,3; Winter Track 3.1; Lunch 
Room Assistant 2. 



WILLIAM CASTLE 

Usually Seen: 

Borrou ing lacks 



Cat 



ROBERT CHAMBERS 



Hoot 



Usually Seen: 

At Fred's gas station 
Honors 1; Open House 1.2. Good Govern- 
ment Day Representative 4. 



JOSEPH CHEVERIE 

Usually Seen: 

Looking at girls 
Basketball 1.2; Honors 1. 



Joe 



JOSEPH CHIASSON 



Joe 



Usually Seen: 

Woritng with friends 
Student Council 2; Open House 1.2; Foot- 
ball 1.2. 



JOANNE CIBELLO 



Cibby 



Usually Seen: 

Up to some trick 
North Quincy High 1 ; Junior Decorating 
3: Junior Parry J; Senior Reception 4J 
Farewell Assembly 3; Pep Club 3,-»: Type- 
writing Certificate 52, 3; Attendance Slips 
3.4; Mrs. Masters' Secretary 4; Basketball 
2,4. 



LEE CLARK 

Usually Seen: 

Driung a Buick 
Open House 1,2,3,4; Class Motto 3- 



DIANNE COFFEY 

Usually Seen: 

Taking care of attendance 
Honors 1.3: Home Room Messenger 1.2.1; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Lunch Room Assistant 1. 




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JON COLE 

Usually Seen: 

Combing his hair 
South Junior High 1. 



Jonnie 



KEVIN CONNELL 



Kt 



Usually Seen: 

Collecting class dues 
Mt. St. Charles Academy, Woonsocket 1 ; 
Hingham High 2; Class Dues Collector 4; 
Cross Country 4, Senior Party 4. 



PAUL CONNELL 

Usually Seen: 

In the vicinity of Hingham 
Student Council 1,2; Open House 1,2; 
Yearbook Policy 4. 



EDWARD COONEY 

Usually Seen: 

Driving through Weymouth 
South Junior High 1. 



Ed 



LEO CORIANI 

Usually Seen: 

Wrestling 
Open House 1,2,3,4. 



Kor 



ALBERT COSTA 



AI 



Usually Seen: 

Roller skating 
Senior Prom i; Football 1,2,3: Basketball 
1,2,3. 



28 



JEAN COUGHI.IN 



Jeannic 



Usually Seen: 

Swooning over Jitliui LaRosa 
Miss Andcm s Secretary 4; Attendance Slips 
4; Basketball 1.2; Open House I. 



ELLEN COYLE 



l)irf< 



Usually Seen: 

In the high-ichool office 
South Junior Hi^li 1. Badminton 1; Basket- 
ball 1. Volleyball 1; Honors 1,2.3: Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. SO. 3. 100. 4; 
Morning Devotions -i. Senior Prom i At 
tendance Slips 4; Spanish Club 2, Mr. Par- 
ker s Secretary 4. 



GAIL CRAWFORD 

Usually Seen: 

Puzzling our ber assignment! 
Necdham High 1,2.3. 



( ,l ORGE CRAWFORD 

Usually Seen: 

Studying railroads 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Senior Nominating 
4; A.V. Club 2; Honors 2.3; Class Ban- 
quet 4. 




DAVID CROOK I R 



I), 



Usually Seen: 

As the quiet observer 
A.V. Club 1; Student Council Assistant 3,4; 
Cross Country 2; Football 1 ; Pum kin Hop 
4. 



DAVID CROSBY 



Dave 



Usually Seen: 

In someone else's seat 
A.V. Club 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit 1; Cap 
and Gown 4. 




1 




ROKl R I CI R I IS 



Cream pull 



Usually Seen: 

Moit anywhere at any lime 



DORI AN GUSHING 



Cush 



Usually Seen: 

Keeping ilaii duel in order 
South Junior High 1; Honors 1,3. Student 
Council 1.2.4; Class Treasurer 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 100, 3; 
Mr. Nelson s Secretary I; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 50. 3; Refletior Literary Stan 3.4; 
Junior Decorating Jj Junior Party 3; Senior 
Parry 4; Junior Nominating 3; Farewell 
Assembly 3. 



l>Al I. INI CI SUING 



Polly 



Usually Seen: 

In the nurie'i offii e 
South Junior High I; Spanish Club 2; Class 
History 4; Miss Stockwcll s Secretary 3.4; 
Attendance Slips I; Badminton 2; Basket- 
ball 2. Volleyball 2. 



M \m I)' AMBROSIA 



Lou 



Usually Seen: 

With her boy friend 
South Junior High 1; Cheerleader 1; Stu- 
dent Council Assistant 1; Assembly Com- 
mittee 1; Basketball 1.2; Volleyball 1; Sen- 
ior Prom 4; Honors 1,3. 



MARY DAVIS 

Usually Seen: 

As the chic brunette 
South Junior High 1; Student Council Sec- 
retary 1; Basketball 1.2; Pep Club 2.3; Sen- 
ior Reception 4; Science Fair Exhibit 3- 



GERALDINE DELOREY 



Gerry 



Usually Seen: 

Coming in late 
South Junior High 1; Office Practice Sup- 
ply Clerk 4. 



DOROTHY DeLUCA 

Usually Seen: 

Gelling a tardy slip 



Dottie 



THERESA DcMORANVILLE 

Usually Seen: 

Studying 

Kingston High I; Honors 3; Reflector Lit- 
erary Staff 5.-4; Library Assistant 2.3.4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3- 



LORRAINE DENNEHY 



Lorry 



Usually Seen: 

Signing out of home room 
South Junior High 1 ; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60. 3; Typewriting Certificate 
47. 3; Cap and Gown 4; Office Practice 
Supply Clerk 4. 



JAMES DEWING 



B< 



Usually Seen: 

Around Weymouth Landing 
Who's Who 4; High Honors I; Honors 
2.3. 



ROBERT DIX 

Usually Seen: 

Telling jokes 



ELEANOR DOBLE 



Diggie 



Lefty 



Usually Seen: 

Ansu ering to "Lefty " 
South Junior High 1; Head Cheerleader 1; 
Badminton I ; Basketball 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; 
Honors 1.2; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 3; Class Motto 3; Senior Nominating 
4; Class Banquet 4; Spanish Club 2; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Softball 3- 





29 



RALPH DODGE 

Usually Seen: 

Keeping quiet 
Student Council 3,4; Class History 4. 



FRANCIS DONNELLY 



Fran 



Usually Seen: 

Teasing the girls 
Boston Technical High 1,2; Student Coun- 
cil Assistant 4; Football 4; Junior Decorat- 



BARBARA DOOLEY 



Barbie 



Usually Seen: 

Talking in 212 
A.V. Club 1,2; Choir 1,3; N. E. Music 
Festival 3; State Music Festival 1; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3. 



PHYLLIS DRAPER 



Phyl 



Usually Seen: 

Combing her locks at 8:30 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Open House 1,2; 
Home Room Messenger 1 ; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. 3; Miss Norris's Secre- 
tary 3,4. 



ROBERTA DREW 



Bird 



Usually Seen: 

Practicing her singing 
Farewell Assembly 3; Junior Party 3; Pep 
Club 2,3; Senior Party 4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3; Basketball 1,2. 



ELIZABETH DRISCOLL Betty 

Usually Seen: 

Haling attendance slips signed 
Choir 1; Science Fair Exhibit I. 



30 



J V N ICE DUNN 

Usually Seen: 

Reading in her spare lime 
South Junior High 1; Assembly Committee 
Chairman 1 ; Class Pin 1 ; Lunch Room 
Cashier 1; Honors 1,2,3; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 2; Refleiior Literary 
Staff i; Science Fair Exhibit J; Open House 



JOHN DUNNING 



Dunk 



Usually Seen: 

Scanning the / 9 54 Rockland Yearbook 
South Junior High 1.2; Honors 1.2; Stu- 



dent Council Assistant 3,4 
hibit 3. 



Science Fair Ex- 



FRANK KACOBACCI 



Eaco 



L'sually Seen: 

Celling a Saturday nighl dale 
Class President 3; Student Council A-.mm.uh 
3,4; Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Honors 1,2; Junior Rotarian 4: Junior 
Decorating 3; Senior Prom 4; Victory 
Dance 3. 



RICHARD 1: ACOB ACCI 



Richie 



Usually Seen: 

Celling up courage to ask a girl out 
Honors 1,2; Football 1,2,3.4; Track 3.4; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



iMc 1 1 VRD EDWARDS 



RiJJv 



Usually Seen: 

Talking al the wrong lime 
South Junior High 1; Football 1.2.3.4; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Who's Who 4. 



ROLF EGON 

Usually Seen: 

Trying lo increase bis speed in "type" 
Typewriting Certificate 55. 3. 




ft 1 



|OAN ELMS 



JoJMI 



Usually Seen: 

Looking lor her lu in 
South Junior High 1; Future Nurses Club 
3,4; Lunch Room Assistant 1.2,3; Home 
Room Messenger t, Morning Devotions I 
Choir 2.3; Basketball L,2,f,4: Volleyball 
1.2.3; Softball 1.2.3; Field Hockey 2.3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Open House 1,2. 



JOHN I I MS 



I lms\ 



Usually Seen: 

Prai In ing his singing 
South Junior High I. Reflector Art Staff 2, 
v i ( hoir 2,3.4; Cross Country 3,4; Win- 
ter Track 3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; State 
Music Festival 2,3.4. 



J\M I KICKSON 

Usually Seen: 

Talking 

South Junior High 1 ; Student Council As- 
sistant 3.4; Junior Party 3; Senior Party 4; 
Graduation Reception 4; Victory Dance 3.4; 
Reflei.'or Art Staff 2.3; Junior Decorating 
3; Senior Prom I; Grammar School Mes- 
senger 1; Science Fair Exhibit 3, Softball 
2; Basketball 2. 



(,l B ILD ESTES 
Usually Seen: 

With his deep voice booming 
Pum kin Hop 4. 




ANTHONY FALETRA Tony 
Usually Seen: 

At an independent person 
High Honors 1: Honors 2.3; Football 1; 
Basketball 1,2,3. Open House 1. 



JOANNE FALL 



Jo 



Usually Seen: 

Studying in 213 before 8:30 
South Junior High 1; Student Council As- 
sistant 1,2,3.4; Sub-Cheerleader 3; Cheer- 
leader 4; Honors 2,3; Old Colony Club 
Honorary Member 4; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 2; Reflector Art Staff 2.3; 
Senior Prom 4; Peo Club 2.3.4; Badminton 
1; Basketball 1.2; Volleyball 2; Open House 
Exhibit 3; Senior Play Usher 4. 



JOSEPH FE NECK 

Usually Seen: 

With a Braintree girl 
Student Council 5.4; Football 2. 



FREDRICK FIELD 



Rickx 



Usually Seen: 

In a neu Buii k 
Junior Decorating 3. Senior Nominating 4; 
Class Banquet 4; Student Council Assistant 
3,4; Farewell Assembly J; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3. 



DOROTHY FILES 



Dotty 



Usually Seen: 

Riding her own horse 
Honors 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60 Words; Secretary of Reflector 4; Open 
House Exhibit 1; Lunch Room Cashier 1. 



ROBERT FINDLAV 

Usually Seen: 

Working on a dairy farm 
F.F.A. 1.2,3.4. 



Scottv 



JAMES FIRLOTTE 

Usually Seen: 

Working under a '41 Ford 
Open House 3.4. 



JEAN FISHER 

Usually Seen: 



Jim 



Fish 



Bluihing 

South Junior High I; Reflector Literary 
Staff 4; Junior Decorating 3; Junior Party 
3; Victory Dance 4; Senior Party 4; Spanish 
Club 3; Home Loom Messenger 3: Student 
Council Play 1 ; Prom 1 ; Office Assistant I ; 
Basketball 1.2; Senior Play Usher 4. 





31 



JOSEPH FITZGERALD 



Fitz 



Usually Seen: 

With ,i Reader's Digest 



RONALD FORD 



Ronnie 



Usually Seen: 

Working in his lather's greenhouse 
F.F.A. 1,2.3.4; Honors 1.2. 



MARY FRATES 

Usually Seen: 

Gabbing in the corridor 
Honors 1.2,3; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 2; Reflector Advertising Staff 3; 
Literary Staff 4; Sports Editor t; Junior 
Nominating 3; Junior Party 3; Graduation 
Reception J; Victory Dance 4; Farewell As- 
sembly s; Pep Club 2,3. Chairman 4; Sen- 
ior Party 4; Spanish Club 3; Badminton 
1.2; Softball 2; Volleyball 1,2; Basketball 
1. 



PHILIP FRATUS 



Phil 



Usually Seen: 

Putting on a show in Room 6 
Open House 1.2; Football 1.2.3,4; Basket- 
ball 1.2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4. 



CAROLYN FRENCH 

Usually Seen: 

Talking u ith an "Aggie" senior 
South Junior High I; Honors 1,2.3: Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60 words; Miss 
Flaherty's Secretary 3,4; Grammar School 
Messenger 2; Open House 1. 



MARY FULLINGTON 



Mae 



Usually Seen: 

Typing in Room 112 
Miss White's Secretary 4; Home Room 
Messenger 4; Attendance Slips 3,4; Lunch 
Room Assistant 3; Senior Play Selection 4; 
Open House 1,2,3; Science Fair Exhibit 
1,2. 



32 



ADRIENNE FUSCO A 
Usually Seen: 

Witching truck meets at Lihby Field 
Junior Decorating 3; Junior Harry 3; Sen- 
ior Prom 1; Lunch Room Assistant 1.2; 
Basketball I. Student Council Assistant 4. 



ELIZABETH (. M l M 1 



Bctte 



Usually Seen: 

With a certain young carpenter 
Munich, Germany 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; 
Who's Who 4: Typewriting C ertificate 63 
Words. J; Badminton 3. Attendance Slips 4. 



BSTHBH GALLIHER 



I s 



Usually Seen: 

Preparing her economics 
Pep Club I; Home Room Messenger 1,2 
Attendance Slips I; Basketball I; Softball 1 
( lass Prophec) I, Science lair Exhibit 1.2 
Open House 1 . 



J AM I S GARNI R 



Jimmic 



Usually Seen: 

At the Western Auto garage 
South Junior High I; Lighting for plays 



and assemblies 1 
Reception I 



A V. Club 1 , Graduation 



JOAN GAROFA1 



Joannie 



Usually Seen: 

Twirling a baton 
Honors 1.2; Class Motto 3; Who's Who 
Chairman 4: Junior Party J; Class Dues 
Collector 4: Farewell Assembly 3; Pep Club 
1,2; Spanish Club 3; Lunch Room Cashier 
1,2,3; Choir 1; Badminton 1,2; Basket- 
ball I . 



MARGARET GIBSON 



Mag 



Usually Seen: 

Riding about town in her own car 
South Junior High I; Pum kin Hop Chair- 
man 4; Pep Club 3; Open House Exhibit 
2; Science Fair Exhibit s; National Poetrv 
Award 2; Basketball 1.2; Volleyball 1,2; 
Badminton 1.2; Lunch Room Cashier 1. 





(.1 I N ClltSON 



I', b, I 



Usually Seen: 

Telling IjIcs of the South 
Elizabeth City High School l.2.<; Junior 
Science Club 3; Art Club 1.2.}; Band. I. 
2,3; Pum kin Hop 4. 



I \\\ Rl N( I (.11 I l(, \\ 



I ill Gale 



Usually Seen: 

Driving a trm k 
Student Council ),4; Student Government I. 



CI.AIKI CDODKOW 



Rusts 



Usually Seen: 

Scartbing in her desk 
South Junior Hish 1; Open House Exhibit 
1; Lunch Room Assistant 1.2; Softball 3. 



DOROIIIi GOODROW 



Dotty 



Usually Seen: 

Skating at the Maple Arena 
South Junior High 1 ; Honors 1 ; Basketball 
1.4; Cap and Gown 4; Pep Club ■(; Lunch 
Room Assistant 1.2. Volleyball 1; Open 
House Guide I. 



JOAN GOODROW 



Joamc 



Usually Seen: 

In Type Room 112 
Mr. Lyond's Secretary 3.4; Home Room 
Messenger 3; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate 60 words. 3: Honors 2; South Junior 
High 1; Open House Guide I; Lunch 
Room Cashier 1; Volleyball 1. 



ROUT R I GOODWIN 



Goodie 



Usually Seen: 

Whittling happily 
Student Council 2,3.4; Class History 4; 
Open House 1,2,3,4; Graduation Recep- 
tion 4. 



CAROL GRANT 

Usually Seen: 

hi the A.V. Office 
Honors 1.2,3; Class History 4; Farewell 
Assembly J; Typewriting Certificate 53 
words. 3: Gregg Transcription Certificate 
100 words. 4; Mr. Cleaves's Secretary s,4; 
Choir 1; Band 2.3: Vice-President 4; Or- 
chestra 4; Open House Exhibit L; Badmin- 
ton 3- 



JOHN GRIT N 

Usually Seen: 

Heading lor the farm 
F.F.A. 1.2.3,4; Winter Track 2. 



Jack 



RICHARD GROGAN Dick 

Usually Seen: 

Working at the "Slop and Shop" 
"Thumbing" a ride to school 
Open House Exhibit 1; Senior Party 4. 



M \RV Gl II.I AM 



Julie 



Usually Seen: 

Doing shorthand 
Open House Exhibit 1.2; Badminton 1,2,3; 
Basketball 1.2; Volleyball 1,2. 



1 D\V \RD (,( -RRY 



Ed 



Usually Seen: 

Blushing u hen leased by teachers in 212 
South Junior High 1; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Baseball 1; Football 1.2,3, Co-Captain 4; 
Class Vice-President 3; President 4; Junior 
Rotarian 4; Good Government Day Repre- 
sentative 4; Junior Nominating 3; Class 
Will 4; Student Council Assistant 3,4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3. 



ROY GUSTAFSON 



Gus 



Usually Seen: 

Running to beat the 8:30 bell 
South Junior High 1; Football; A.V. Club; 
Honors 1,2,3; Class Vice-President 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3. President 4; Junior 
Rotarian 4; Latin Certificate of Eminent 
Merit 2; Maroon and Gold Editor 4. Year- 
hook Poticy 4: Spring Track 2.3; Winter 
Track 2,3.4; Science Fair 3; Farewell As- 
sembly 3. 




33 



BEVERLY HAAS 



Bev 



Usually Seen: 

Giggling in 213 
South Junior High I; Open House Guide 
1; Lunch Room Assistant 1; Pep Club 4. 



DWANE HAGERTY 



Doane 



Usually Seen. 

Looking for a sandwich 
South Junior High 1; Open House Usher 
1 ; Cap and Gown 4; Winter Concert Ticket 
Collector 3. 



JEAN HALE 



Jeannie 



Usually Seen: 

Working in her father's store 
South Junior High 1; Student Council 3,4; 
Class Treasurer 3; D.A.R. Candidate 4; 
Honors 2,3; Junior Decorating i; Junior 
Party 3; Class Will 4; Victory Dance 3; 
Farewell Assembly 3; Maroon and Gold 
Staff 4; Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 
2; Basketball 2; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



ROBERT HAMBLIN 



Bob 



Usually Seen: 

Repairing radios 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Science Fair Light- 
ing 1,3. 



GERALD HAMILTON 



Hammy 



Usually Seen: 

Always working 
Baseball I; Student Council 3,4; Open 
House 1,3; Victory Dance 4. 



DOROTHY HAMMARSTROM Dottie 

Usually Seen: 

With the girls 
South Junior High 1; Basketball 1; Softball 
1; Pep Club 2; Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 3,4; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 100 words, 
4; Basketball 4. 



34 



NANCY HAN MU RY 



Nance 



Usually Seen: 

At the mailbox 
South Junior High I; Substitute Cheer- 
leader 1; Mr. Lordi's Secretary 3.4; Grew: 
Transcription Certificate 100 words. 4; Sen- 
ior Nominating 4; Banquet 4; Volleyball 
1,2; Basketball 1; Balminton 1; Pep Club 
2.3. 



I inv U*D HANCCH K 



I .1 



Usually Seen: 

Around boats 
Student Council 2.^.(, Open House 1,2; 
Lunch Room Assistant 2,3.4; Attendance 
Slips 1.2,3.4. 



BAKHAHA MAM ON 



Barb 



Usually Seen: 

With her boy friend 
South Junior High 1 : Choir I ; Spanish 
Club 2. Pep Club 3: Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 80 words, 3. 100 words, t. 



P A I I HANSEN 

Usually Seen: 

Grou ing in bit u hiffle 
Reflector Sports Editor 4; Junior Decorat- 
ing 3; Class Motto 3; Senior Play ■»; Cap 
and Gown 4; Student Council 4; Football 
1.2.3.4; Winter Track 4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3- 



WILLIAM H ARTY 



Bill 



Usually Seen: 

With a camera 
Thanksgiving Assembly 1 ; Science Fair. 
First Prize I; Senior Play Lighting 1.3.4; 
A.V. Club 1.2. Manager 3.4; Junior Rota- 
nan 4; Reflector Photographer 3.4. 



DONALD HASSETT 



Don 



Usually Seen: 

Getting a library permit 
South Junior High 1; Intramural Volley- 
ball I; Basketball I. 





I REDRK K I I \ssi I T 

Usually Seen: 

In the office 
Braintree High School 1.2. 



CAM I I WYKI SWOR I I I 



C.iJJl 



Usually Seen: 

Working in the laleleria 
Open House 1,2; Lunch Room Assistant 
1.2.3; Grammar School Messenger 1,2,3; 
' I] hi. I G IW0 I. mm- 



M \m HI MM 

Usually Seen ^ 

Alu ay i laughing 
South Junior High I j Basketball I . Bad- 
milium I . Assembly ( ummmu I ( Im^F* 

i Pep < lub j.s.i. Open House 2 SettB 

Parry 4. 



RONALD HILL 

Usually Seen: 

In the latest model "Cheiie' 
Class Mono 3; Science Fair 3. Open House 
Exhibit 3; Graduation Reception I. Victc 



Dance I. 



ir; 



si IMI \ I III I \I \ \ 



I SI ALLY Si I N I i 

Gelling caught uith gum in 212 
W arner Junior HiL'h IPS DuPont, ™ A 
mmctiin. Delaware- 2 Jamaica Hi«h ScIh^^^l] 
Bayside. L. I J; Science lair s; Hum km 

Hop 4. 



RICHARD HOGUE 

Usually Seen: 

In the "Aggie" Room 
F.F.A. 1.2; Secretary 3: President 4. 



Di 



tea 



RAYMOND HOITT 



Usually Seen: 

Working the linotype machine 
Band 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1.2.3.4; N. E. 
Music Festival 3: Student Council 4; Class 
Will 4: State Music Festival 1.2,3,4. 



SANDRA HL'DDV 



SjiiJ\ 



Usually Seen: 

Sketching a picture 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60 words. 3; 
Jun.or Decorating J; Open House 1,2; Sen- 
ior Play Usher 4. 



CATHERINE JENKINS 



Cathy 



Usually Seen: 

Working in a candy store 
South Junior High 1; Who s Who 4; Vol- 
leyball 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 1 . 




EARL JENKINS 

Usually Seen: 

Staying after school 
South Junior High 1, Band 1; A.V. Club 1. 



JEAN JENKINS 



Jeannie 



Usually Seen: 

Reading her Bible 
Girls' Latin School, Boston I; Orchestra 2; 
Honors 3. 




JOYCE JOHANSEN 



Usually Seen: 

Trying to make the 8:30 bell 
Great Mills High School, Maryland 1.2; 
Miss Toomey s Secretary 4: Junior Decorat- 
ing 3; Pep Club 3.4; Victory Dance 3,4; 
Senior Play Usher 4. 





35 



PAUL JOHNSON 

Usually Seen: 

Speeding along the highway 
Open House 1,2. 



ROBERT JONES 



Bob 



Usually Seen: 

At band rehearsal 
F.F.A. 1,2,3.4; F.F.A. Reporter 4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4. 



JANET JOSEPH 



Jan 



Usually Seen: 

Prai In ing cheerleading 
Class Secretary 3; Honors 1,3; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 80 words, 3; Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 50 words, 3; Miss Toomey s 
Secretary 4; Maroon and Gold Staff 4; Jun- 
ior Decorating 3; Junior Party 3; ( lass Ban- 
quet 4; Graduation Reception 4; r"ep Club 
1,2,3, President 4; Spanish Club, Vice- 
President 2; Cheerleader 2,3, Head 4; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Victory Dance 2,3,4; 
Snowball Hop 4. 



LEO JOSEPH 

Usually Seen: 



Chief 



Blushing 

Open House 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; 
Student Government 3,4; V.S. Vice-Presi- 
dent 4. 



KA n-ILEEN KANE 
Usually Seen: 

Buried in an English book 
South Junior High 1; Open House 1; 
ion Show 1 ; Pageant 1 ; Basketball 1 
leyball 1; Class History 4; Class 
Collector 4. 



Kathv 



Fash- 
Vol- 
Dues 



CHRISTA KARCZ 



Peanut 



Usually Seen: 

Worrying about a test 
Kempten. Eerufsschule, Germany 1 ; Span- 
ish Club. Treasurer 3; Honors 3; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Home Room Messenger 4. 



36 



ANNE KEANE 

Usually Seen: 

In the Guidance office 
South Junior High 1: Office Assistant 1; 
Honors 1,2,3; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate 80 words, 3. 100 words, 4; Miss Nye's 
Secretary 3.4; Student Council Assistant 
3,4; Graduation Reception 4; Junior Party 
3; Junior Decorating 3; Victory Dance i; 
Basketball 4. 



|OH.\ Kl VI1NS 

Usually Seen: 

With the boys 
South Junior High 1. 



Jack 



I KM S I KEATING 



Ernie 



Usually Seen: 

Talking tilth girl* 
Class Dues Collector 4; Science Fair 
Class History 4; Open House 2. 



( AKOl. Ki l l I V 



Cay 



Usually Seen: 

Doing secretarial work 
South Junior High 1; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion 80 words, 3, 100 words, 4: Type- 
writing Certificate 51 words. 3; Mr. 
Kearns's Secretary 3,4; Who's Who 4; 
Badminton 1; Basketball 4; Volley- 
ball I; Attendance Slips 4. 



DONALD KETCH AM Sam 

Usually Seen: 

Behind a soda fountain 
South Junior High Ij Intramural Volley- 
ball I; School Essay Honorable Mention 3; 
Poem in National High School Anthology 
2. 



RICHARD KIBBY 

Usually Seen: 

Wearing cowboy boots 
South Junior High 1 ; Pageant I . 



Kib 




GEORGE KI.MB \l I 

Usually Seen: 

Staying after school 
Science Fair 1,3. 



I (MS KIM, 



Half'PiM 



Usually Seen: 

Talking utth eteryonc 
South Junior High I, Badminton I; Basket 
ball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2; Chorus 1; Pep 
Club 2,3,4; Open House 2. Attendance 
Slips I. Senior Party (, 



Jl 1)1111 I AIM. 



Judy 



Usually Seen: 

Looking tor someone 
(.lass History 4; Nurses Club I. Badminton 
1.2; Basketball 1. Science Fair 1.3.4; Open 
House 1,2; Grammar School Messenger I, 
2.3; Lunch Room Assistant 1.2,3. 



I'M MM I AING 



Jo 



Usually Seen: 

Blushing 

Badminton L; Spanish Club 4; Latin Cer- 
tificate Honorable Merit 2; Open House 2; 
Science Fair 3. 



DIANA I \M.ISSI 



Fina 



Usually Seen: 

Struggling with shorthand 
Typewriting Certificate 68 words, 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificates 80 words, 3. 100 
words. 4: Basketball 1,2; Volleyball I; 
South Junior High 1; Cheerleader I; Junior 
Decoraring 3; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 3; 
Miss Silvester's Secretary 4. 



GORDON LANE 



Gordy 



Usually Seen: 

Looking out the door of 216 
Melrose High School 1,2.3: Student Coun 
cil 2; Hockey 1,2,3; Student Congress 1,2,3 
Rifle Club 2; Imprint 2; Cross Country 2,3 
Cloak and Plume 1.2; Allied Youth 1.2; 
Football 1.2.3.4; Track 1.2,3.4; Indoor 
Track 4; Class Play Selection 4. 



ALICE LjROSE 



Al 



Usually Seen: 

In the dentin's office 
South Junior High I; Open House 1,2; 
Badminton 1.2; Volleyball 2; Science Fair 



ROBERT LARSON 



Red 



Usually Seen: 

As "ham" radio operator 
North Quincy High School 1.2; A.V. Club 
2,3.4; Nominating Committee 4; Science 
Fair 2.3.4; Grammar School Messenger 4; 
Junior Party 3; Senior Class Banquet 4; 
Lighting for Plays and Assemblies 4; Senior 
Play 4. 



WALTER LEFAVOR 



Wally 



Usually Seen: 

Showing his dimples 
Open House 1.2,3,4; Student Council 4; 
Graduation Reception 4. 



ROBERT LENNOX 

Usually Seen: 

Xi'ilh a tar full of friends 
Football 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1.2,3,4. 



Bob 



VIRGINIA LEOMBRl NO 



Ginny 



Usually Seen: 

Anywhere but 216 
Typewriting Certificate 52 words, 3; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60 words, 3; Mr. 
Jack's Secretary 4; Spanish Club 2; Pep 
Club 2. 



DONALD LIBBY 

Usually Seen: 

Dressed as a "Cat" 
Open House 1,2,3.4; Football 1. 



Lib 





Li 


t 






I- m i Ite 




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JOHN LINEHAN 

Usually Seen: 

Minding his own business 
Boston College High 1,2,3. 



Jack 



PRISCILLA LITTLE 



Cilia 



Usually Seen: 

Quietly studying 
Senior Nominating 4; Open House 1,2; Sci- 
ence Fair 1; Mrs. Bedell's Secretary 4; Type- 
writing Certificate 46 words, 3; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 100 words, 4; 
Banquet 4. 



DAVID LIVELY 

Usually Seen: 

With dish pan hands 
Open House 1,2,3,4; Cap and Gown 
Student Council 2. 



4; 



ROLAND LOFGREN 



Rollie 



Usually Seen: 

Day dreaming 
Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 3; Senior Prom 



JOHN LOMBARD 



Jack 



Usually Seen: 

Trying to break track records 
High Honors 1,2,3; Cross Country 1,2, 
Captain 3,4; Winter and Spring Track 1. 
2,3, Captain 4; Student Council 4; Junior 
Rotarian 4; Junior Usher 3; Band Man- 
ager 1,2,3,4; Maroon and Gold Staff 4; 
Pum'kin Hop 4; Farewell Assembly 3. 



LORRAINE LONGUEMARE 



Rainie 



Usually Seen: 

Dreaming about him 
South Junior High 1 ; Christmas Pageant 
1 ; Volleyball 1 ; Grammar School Messen- 
ger 3; Senior Prom 4. 



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Rl ssi IL LYNCH 



It* US 



Usually Seen: 

In his "hot-rod" 
Quincy High 1,2; Easketball 1; Chorus I. 



I Ol IS M,„l)ll\ Ml) 



llu//\ 



Usually Seen: 

Conspicuous in 206 C 
Who's Who 4; Open House 1.2.3.4. 



|l \NNETTE MacDONALD 

Usually Seen: 

Presiding at meeting of Future Nurses 
Future Nurses 3.1; Senior Reception I; 
Open House 3. 





MARION MacIVER 

Usually Seen: 

Driting to School 
Basketball 1.2. 



Ped 



WILLIAM M.K-1VLK 



Willi 



Usually Seen: 

Trying to get his father's car 
Cap and Gown 4; A.V. Club 1,2; Basket- 
ball L. 



MARIE Mac KAY 

Usually Seen: 

Dancing 

Senior Party 4; Attendance Slips 4; Class 
Dues Collector 3; Basketball 2; Badminton 
2; Volleyball 2; Open House 1.2. 




Jl \ N MacLEOO 



llr anir 



Usually Seen: 

Typing recipes 
t ap and Gown 4. Open House 1; State 
Mum, Festival i Grc-Kg Transi ription Cer- 
cificatt 3; Miss Benson s Secretary 3.4; 
Choir 3. 



EDWARD Mj.QI INN 



Ed 



Usually Seen: 

W earing hn uhile bucks 
South Junior High 1 . Basketball I ; Base- 
ball 1,2,3.4; Class History 4; Student Coun- 
cil Assistant 2; Junior Party 3. 



VIRGINI A M AI IN 



Ginoy 



Usually Seen: 

Orau mg lor Yearbook 
High Honors 3, Honors 2; Yearbook Staff 
I; (.lass Motto 3; Senior Prom 4; Refteitor 
Art Staff 3; Morning Devotions 4; Junior 
Decorating 3; Home Room Messenger 4; 
Fasketball I; Lunch Room Cashier 1; Vol- 
leyball 1, Open House J; Badminton 3. 



I I I WOKI M \ I N 



Etc 



Usually Seen: 

In the football coach's office 
Mr. Fisher's Secretary 4; Miss Ghiorsc's 
Secrctiry 3.4; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate (60) 3; Grammar School Messenger 
( lass History 4; Honors 1; Science Fair 
Exhibit 1. 



JOYCE MALI 1 I I 



Joy 



Usually Seen: 

Working on the Reflector 
Hi«h Honors 1.2.3; Monday Club Honor- 
ary Member 4; Reflector Literary Staff 2. 
3.4. Reflector Assistant to Editor-in-Chief 
4; Home Room Messenger 4; Science Fair 
Exhibit i,4; Basketball 1.2,3; Volleyball 
1.2; Badminton 1.2.3; Softball 3. 



I Ol IS M \ RSI I \ I I 



Looie 



Usually Seen: 

With his desk cover up before lunch 
Student Council 2.3,4; Open House 1,2, 
3,4. 



CAROL KARTELL 

Usually Seen: 

Typing for Reflector 
High Honors 3; Honors 2; Mr. Pratt s 
Sec.etary 4; Reflector Typist 4; Morning 
Devo:ions 4: W ho s W ho 4; Badminton 
1,2; Lunch Room Assisunt I; Attendance 
S.ips 3,4; Victory Dance 4. 



H VZEL MARTIN 



Marty 



Usually Seen: 

Playing basketball after school 
Miss Toomey's Secretary 4; Junior Decorat- 
ing 3; Scien.e Fa r Exhibit 1,2: Badminton 
1,2.3; Basketball 1.2.3.4: Field Hockey 
1.2; Softball 1,2.3; Volleyball 1,2,3. 



MAX1NE MARTIN 

Usually Seen: 

Working in the library 
Honors 2: Senior Play Selection 4; Library 
Assimnt 2.3.4; Pum kin Hop »; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3; Home Room Messenger 3. 




RON AI D M ASON 



Ron 



Usually Seen: 

At a track meet 
Boston Latin School 1,2; Swimming Team 
2: Trick Drill Team 1.2; Manual of Arms 
Award 2; German Club 2; Stage Crew 1,2; 
Junior Party 3; Senior Prom 4; Football 
3.4; Winter Track 3.4; Spring Track 3,4; 
Senior Party 4. 



WILLIAM MATTHEWS 

Usually Seen: 

Working at Smiley' s 
Band 2,3,4; State Music Festival 2. 



Bill 



anne Mcdonald 



Anna 



Usually Seen: 

As assistant in the library 
Junio- Decorating 3; Literary Assistant 2. 
3,4; Choir 1.2.3,4; State Music Festival 
1.2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,4; Badminton 2,3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Volleyball 2; Soft- 
ball 1,3; Basketball 2; Pep Club 2,4. 



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GERALD McGILVRAY 

Usually Seen: 

hi the cabinet making shop 
Open House 1,2,3.4. 



Mac 



DAVID McGLONE 

Usually Seen: 

Coming in late 



EDNA McHOUL 



Bugga 



Wendy 



Usually Seen: 

Playing afternoon sports 
Girls' Latin School 1,2; Nominating Com- 
mit.ee 2; Swimming 1,2; Deck Tennis 1,2; 
Gym Meet 2; Science Fair Exhibit 1,2; 
Athenian Club 1,2; Honors 3; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 3; Field Hockey 
4; Volleyball 4; Reflector Literary Staff 4; 
Who s Who 4; Open House 3; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3. 



EDWARD McINTOSH 



Mac 



Usually Seen: 

Playing Basketball 
Football 1; Junior Nominating 3; Spring 
Track 3,4; Basketball 3,4. 



MARY McISAAC 



May 



Usually Seen: 

Out of her home room seat 
Open House 2; Basketball 1: Volleyball 1. 



DIANE McPHERSON 



Red 



Usually Seen: 

Trying to hide her freckles 
Senior Party 4; Pum'kin Hop 1; Basketball 
1,2; Volleyball 1; Badminton 1,2,3. 



t 



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JOHN MEI.ANSON 

Usually Seen: 

Heading for the Aggie Room 
F.F.A. 1,2,3.4. 



Jack 



|OM PI I Ml SS1I \( 



Joe 



Usually Seen: 

in the second floor book room 
YearbODk Policy 4; Student Council Assist- 
ant i; Hcxik Room Duty 2.3,4; Baseball 
2,5; A.V. Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Nominat- 
ing 4; Class Banquet 4; Junior Usher 3; 
Football I 'sher 5. 



HELEN MBTIVIBR 



Usually Seen: 

Chewing gum 
Open House 2; Lunch Room Assistant 3. 



[AMES MILLIGAN 
Usually Seen: 



Buzzy 



Working at the Slop and Shop 
Pu m kin Hop 4; Baseball I. 



MARY MOLINEAUX 

Usually Seen: 

Talking 

Mission High School 1,2; Gregg Tran- 
scription 60, 3; Mr. Drake's Secretary 4; 
Choir 1,2; Spanish Club 2; A.V. Club 1.2. 



ROBERT MURPHY' 



Morph 



Usually Seen: 

Joking u ilh his history teacher 
Class Marshal 4; Latin Certificate of Supe- 
rior Merit 2; Baseball 2; Football 2; Jun- 
ior Nominating 3; Senior Prom 4; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4. 




SHI II \ Ml SON 



She 



Usually Seen: 

In all school ailinlies 
South Junior High I; Student Council 2. 
3.4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Class Secretary 4; 
Cheerleader 1.5.4; Senior Nominating 4; 
Spanish Club 3; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Class Banquet 4; Junior Decorating 3; Jun- 
ior Party s, Latin ( crritkatc of Honorable- 
Merit 2; Victory Dance 3.4; Senior Play 
4; Basketball 1.2; Badminton 1. 



I DM! M) M HH) 



I J 



Usually Seen: 

Flipping pennui 
North Quincy I. Football 1.2.3; Senior 
Reception I; Lunch Room Assistant 4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Baseball Manager 3.4; 
Track Manager 2. 



JO W Ml Ml 

Usually Seen: 

Teasing 

South lunior High Lj Office Assistant 1, 
Choir 1 ; Basketball I ; Home Room Messen- 
ger 3; Attendance Slips 3. 



R U MOM) \ons 



Ray 



Usually Seen: 

Lohslering at Green Harbor 
A.V. Club 1.2; Class Will 4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 3. 



ROBERT NOYI S 



Bird 



Usually Seen: 

Clou nmg here and there 
Junior Decorating 3; Senior Reception 4; 
Student Council Assistant 3,4. 



ELIZABETH O'CONNOR 



Betty 



Usually Seen: 

Driving her car 
Archbishop Williams High 1.2; Volleyball 
2; Glee Club 1.2; Gym Demonstration 1,2; 
Basketball 2; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



RICHARD O'CONNOR 



Dick 



Usually Seen: 

Off with the "Aggie" boys 
F.F.A. 1,2,3.4, Treasurer 4; Honors 1,2,3. 



JANICE OLIVA 



J.O. 



Usually Seen: 

Here and everywhere 
Srudent Council Assistant 2.3.4; Band Ma- 
lorette 1.2; Honors 1.3; Spring Concert 
Usher 2; Science Fair Exhibit 2; Miss 
Toomey s Secretary 1,2; Mr. Mann's Sec- 
retary 4; Senior Nominating 4; Victory 
Dance 4; Class Banquet 4; Junior Deco- 
rating 3; Typewriting Certificate 46, 3: 
Farewell Assembly 3; Basketball 1; Bad- 
minton 2. 



SHIRLEY OLSON 



Shirl 



Usually Seen: 

Looking for him 
Qu.ncy High 2; Basketball 2; Softball 2; 
Volleyball 2; Attendance Slips 4; Open 
House 2; Science Fair Exhibit 2. 



STEPHI \ OLSON Si 

Usually Seen: 

Wending his way to the library 
Senior Reception 4. 



Jl W O'Ml \ R A 

Usually Seen: 

Helping a teacher 
South Junior High 1; Miss Canning s Sec- 
retary 4; Reflector Advertising Staff 3,4; 
Farewell Assembly 3; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 48, 3; Student Council 1; Class Motto 
3; Class History 4; Pep Club 2.3.4; Tennis 
2.3: Basketball 1; Softball 2. Badminton 1 
Volleyball 2; Field Hockey 2; Spanish 
Club 2. 



BRUCE ORLANDO 

Usually Seen: 

Slaying after in 307 
Basketball 2. 




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PATRICIA PACKER 



Pat 



Usually Seen: 

Attired in her leopard blouse 
South Junior High 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Badminton 1,2,3,4; 
Softball 2,3,4; Field Hockey 3,4; lennis 
2,3,4; Chorus 1 . 



GEORGE PAINE 

Usually Seen: 

Drilling a stock car 
Student Council 2,3,4; Open House 1,2. 



RALPH PAINE 



Rat 



Usually Seen: 

Working to high standards 
Open House 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2, 
3,4. 



WILLIAM PALMER 



Bill 



Usually Seen: 

Transporting the multitude 
South Junior High 1 ; Student Council As- 
sistant 4; Football 1,2; Football Usher 3,4; 
Laboratory Assistant 4; Honors 1,2; Senior 
Prom 4. 



ROBERTA PANNIER Bobbie 

Usually Seen: 

Reading poetry 
South Junior High 1; Honors 1,3; Latin 
Certificate of Superior Merit 2, Senior Play 
Selection 4; Library Assistant 1,2,3,4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Open House 2; Home 
Room Messenger 2; Attendance Slips 2; 
M. and S. Essay Contest Winner 3. 



RONALD PARENT 



Rc 



Usually Seen: 

Lingering in the corridors 
Student Council 2,3,4; Key Club Chairman 
of Board of Directors 4; Open House 3; 
Senior Party 4. 



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DAVID PA r I ERSON 



Usually Seen: 

Dispensing doughnuts 
Open House 3; Senior Prom 1; Student 
Council 4. 



DONALD PA I I IS(>\ 



Don 



Usually Seen: 

Towering abort iht iroud 
South Junior High 1; Band 1, 2. 3.4; Senior 
Party 4; Orchestra 4; Science Pair F.xhibit 
3.4. 



ROBERT PAYNE 

Usually Seen: 



Wriul 



Banx one 

Open House 2; High Honors I, Honors s. 



CATHERINE PI CORARO 



K. 



Usually Seen: 

Bubbling oxer with enthusiasm 
Reflector Art Staff 3. Art Editor 4; Type- 
writing Certificate 53. 3; Junior Decorat- 
ing J; Junior Party 3; Victory Dance -1; 
Open House 1.2; Choir 1,2; Band 1.2. 



RITA PECORAKO 



Ro 



Usually Seen: 

With her comb and mirror 
Open House 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Badminton 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Bas- 
ketball I: Softball 1,2.3. 



KENNETH PELUSO 



Kc 



Usually Seen: 

Keeping close to 302 
Cross Country 2; Science Fair Exhibit 1. 





JAMES PETERSEN 



Jim 



Usually Seen: 

At Quinc) Steel Supply 
V.S. President I. Student Government 
Chairman i. Student Council 2,s. Prcsi 
dent I, Open House 1.2,3. Football 1.2,3; 
Good Government Day Representative 4. 



ROIU R I |>I IIS 



»ohh\ 



Usually Seen: 

Working lor iht Student CoUUeii 
Honors 1,2,3; Student Council 2.S, Vicc- 
President I; Victory Dance (; tsand 1; 
State Mus.c Festival I . Maroon and Gold 
Assistant Editor 1, Yearbook Staff 4. Who s 
W ho i. 



N A I A III POM \RICO 



S, .top 



Usually Seen: 

Taking part in sports 
South Junior High I, Assembly Committee 
1. Play Prompter 1. Commentator in Fash- 
ion Show I. Pep Club Vice-President J; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 3, 
100, 4, Typewriting Certificate 57. 3; Mr. 
Kelly s Secretary 4, Reflector Advertising 
Staff 3.4; Class Will 4; Badminton 1.2.3.4; 
Basketball 1.2.3.4; Field Hockey 2.3.4; 
Softball 2.3.4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Attend 
ance Slips 4. 



I DWARD PORTER 



I .1 



Usually Seen: 

Making eyti 
South Junior High 1; Science Fair Exhibit 
^: Student Council Assistant 1, Honors 1, 
2.3; Class History 4; Basketball 2. 



DONALD POWERS Don 

Usually Seen: 

In his cowboy boots 
South Junior High I; Honors 1; South 
Junior High Open Houe Guide I: Science 
Fair Exhibit 3; Senior Play Selection 4. 



JANET PROEETT 



Usually Seen: 

Reading notes 
Honors ^; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 80, 3. 100. 4; Mr. Kelly s Secretary 
S.4; Spanish Club 2; Badminton 1; Open 
House 1 ; Pep Club 3. 



JOYCE PROVOST 

Usually Seen: 

Running Errands 
Dexter High. Dexter, Me. 1; Honors 2,3; 
Future Nurses 3.4. Secretary 3; Science 
Fair Exhibit 2.3; Home Room Messenger 
4. 



NATHANIEL PL FFER 



Nat 



Usually Seen: 

Discussing homeu ork 
South Junior High I; Class Play 1; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3- 



BARBARA PLOPOLO 



Barb 



Usually Seen: 

As sweet as Leiaggi's chocolates 
Class Dues Collector 4; Senior Prom 4 
Choir 1.2; Band Majorette 1,2.3. Head 4 
Softball 1; Open House 1.2; Spring Con 
cert Usher 2; Lunch Room Assistant 1 
Attendance SliDS 4. 



COLLETTE PLOPOLO 

Usually Seen: 

As the only girl in an all-boy class 
Home Room Messenger 2; Pum kin Hop 4. 



RALPH RAYMOND 



Ray 



Usually Seen: 

As the most active person in VS. 
High Honors 1,2,3; Yearbook Policy 4; 
Senior Nominating 4; Key Club 3.4. Pres- 
ident 4; Open House 1.2,3; Lunch Room 
Assistant 2. 



ARTHUR READE 



Art 



Usually Seen: 

With his brief case 
Junior Chamber of Commerce Essay Con- 
test Winner 1; Reflector Literary Staff 2,3; 
High Honors 1,2; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 2. 






LYNN REEVES 

Usually Seen: 

Blushing 

South Junior High 1; Honors 2; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 3; Type- 
writing Certificate 47, 3; Mr. Lang's Sec- 
cretary 4; Basketball 1,2; Badminton 1; 
Volleyball 1,2; Lunch Room Cashier 1; 
Science Fair Exhibit 2; Choir 1. 



MARY REGAL 

Usually Seen: 

Taking notes in 303 
Sacred Heart High 1; Gregg Transcription 
60, 80, 3, 100, 4; Open House 2; Mrs. 
Stoddard's Secretary 4. 



STEPHEN REGAL 

Usually Seen: 

Displaying his strength 
Open House 1,2,3. 



Joe 



ROBERT R1BBE 



Rib 



Usually Seen: 

Talking about the Celtics 
F.F.A. 1: Basketball 2,3; High Honors 
1,3, Honors 2; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



RICHARD RICE 



Red 



Usually Seen: 

Expressing his opinion 
Student Government 3,4; Open House 1. 



EDWARD RICHARDS E.J. 

LIsually Seen: 

In the print shop after school 
Cap and Gown 4. 



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JEAN KlCI IAKDSON 

Usually Seen: 

Planning lo be a nuclear physicist 
High Honors 1,2,3; Spanish Club 4; Choir 
4; Science lair Exhibit 1,3; Lunch Room 
Cashier 1,2.3.4, Head Cashier 1.2.3.4. 
State Music Festival 4; Monday Club Hon- 
orary Member 4; Morning Devotions 4; 
Litin Certihcite of Superior Merit 2; Dele- 
gare to Girls' State 3. 



J WH S RIZZO 



J i in 



I'M ALLY SEEN: 

Trying to keep bit Eunk running 
Open House 1.2.3: Student Council 2; 
Eum'kin Hop 4. 



I IOW \U\> ROItlilNS 

Usually Seen: 

Working bard 
Open House 1 .2,3. 



\V \1 M KOBIHNS W. n.h 

Usually Seen: 

Burning the Scituale roads 
Student Council I; Honors 1.2,3- 



Ji \\ ROBINSON 



Pal 



Usually Seen: 

Full of mirth and fun 
Typewriting Certificate 47, 3; Pep Club 4; 
Victory Dance 4; Basketb.il! 1.2: Softball 
I; Volleyball 1.2; Eadminton 2; Open 
House I; Reflector Advertising Staff 4; 
Junior Decorating 3. 



LOUISE ROCHE 

Usually Seen: 

Studying YX'ord Wealth 
Home Room Messenger 1 : Attendance 
Slips 4; Open House 2; Basketball 1.2,3,4; 
So'tball 1; Volleyball 1.2; Badminton 1.2. 









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a 


i 111 


. Ay 








w 







\\\ \ I WOK II 1 ROOM 

Usually Seen: 

Heading lor the farm 
Hingham High 1; F.F.A. 2,3, I. 



Sollll\ 



I I ( ,1 \l I'OU I 



Gcnr 



Usually Seen: 

Looking doun Won the croud 
Honors I, Student Government 3.4; Open 
House 1. 



I I ON \KD Kl NCI 



Lean) 



Usi ally Seen: 

Being a good liilener 
South Junior High 1; Baseball I; Basket- 
ball 2. 



Kou; in i<. sso 



Rock) 



Usually Seen: 

Ealint be/ore lunch 
Student Council 1; Football 1.2,3; V.S. 
Class Secretary and Treasu;er 4. 



MA \t\ SANTOR E I.LI 



\l i. 



Lsually Seen: 

Struggling u ith history 
Gre^g Transcription Certificice 60. 3. 100 
4; Typewriting Certificate 51. 3; Mr. Whit 
temore s and Mr. Nelson s Secretary 3, 4 
junior High Office 3.4; Open House 1.2 
Lunch Room Assistant 1,2; Choir 1,2 
Whos Who 4; Softball I; Pep Club 2 
Attendance Slips -1. 



CAROL SAUNDERS 



Cal 



Usually Seen: 

Being pleasant 
South Junior High I; Pep Club 3,4; Bad- 
m nton 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Field 
Hockey 2,3; Softball 1.2.3,4; Volleyball 
1,2,3; Miss Gloster s Secreury 3.4. 



PAUL SCAN LAN 



Ciol dbncker 



Ust" ally Seen: 

Delivering telegrams 

Honors 3. 



ALBERT SCHOFIELD 



Buzzy 



Usually Seen: 

Flirting uilh sophomore girls 
Football 1.2.5.4; Baseball 1.2; Track 3.4; 
Student Council Assistant 2.3.4; Junior 
Nominating 3; Cap and Gown 4. 



DOROTHY SCHH VMM 



Dotti 



Usually Seen: 

Borrou ing a senior's car 
South Junior High 1; Senior Party 4; Bas- 
ketball 1 ; Softball 1 ; Science Fair Exhibit 
2,3; Home Room Messenger 3: Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. 80. 3. 100. 4; 
Typewriting Certificate 56, 3; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4; Mr. Lyons's Secre- 
tary 4. 




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PATRICIA SEXTON 



Pat 



Usually Seen: 

Trim and neat 
Badminton 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Science 
Fair Exhibit I; Football Usher I; Junior 
Decorating 3; Senior Reception 4. 



AUDREY SHARP 

Usually Seen: 

Studying economics 
South Junior High 1; Pep Club 
House 2. 



Open 



NANCY SHERMAN 

Usually Seen: 

Struggling with "Type" 
Choir 1; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Music Festival 1; Open House 1,2; 
minton 2,3. 



State 
Bad- 



DONALD SCH1 I / 



J' 



Usually Seen: 

Proposing a hilarious time 
South Junior High 1 ; Student Council As- 
sistant l.l; Football 1; Science Fair Exhibit 
3; Pum'kin Hop 4. 



Si 1 VI \ SI R VMM 



Syl 



Usually Seen: 

Combing her curls 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Home Room Mes- 
senger 2,3; Attendance Slips 4; Class Dues 
Collector 3; Open Hou<e 1.2. Pep Club 
1.2. 



HERBERT SEVERANCE 



Bud 



Usually Seen: 

Hungry before lunch 
Honors 2,3; Student Council 3,4; Open 
House 1,2,3; Lunch Room Assistant 3,4. 






PRISCILLA SHERMAN 



Sneczy 



Usually Seen: 

Writing letters 
Lunch Room Assistant 1,2,3; Open House 
1,2; Science Fair Exhibit 1; ( ap and Gown 
4: Junior Decorating 3; Choir 1; State 
Music Festival 1. 



MARK SHIELDS 

Usually Seen: 

Making excuses 
South Junior High 1; Student Council 1; 
Honors 1,3; Basketball 1.3,4; Class Motto 
Chairman 3; Junior Party 3; Delegate to 
toys' State 3; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 3; Senior Nominating t; Junior 
Usher 3; Class Eanquet 4. 



DANIEL SHORTLIDGE 

Usually Seen: 



Nccp 



Clowning 

South Junior High 1; Student Council As- 
sistant 4; Football 3.4: Band 1,2; State 
Music Festival 2; Class Motto 3; Class 
Will 4. 



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LILLIAN SIMPSON Lee 

Usually Seen: 

Slating over bookkeeping 
Abington High 1.2.3; Glee Club 1,2,3; 
Dramatic Club 2,3; Strawberry Valley 
Teentimers 1 ; Home Economics Club 1 ; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3; Photography Club Secre- 
tary 2. 



Mil I (>\ SI \1 I IK 



1 red 



Usually Seen: 

Telling jokes 
Student Council Assistant I i . hand 
1,2; Orchestra 1.2; Science- Fair Exhibit 
1.2,3. 



FRANCIS SM \K I 



I 



Usually Seen: 

P.n kmg potatoes 
Student Council i; ( ap and Gove n i Open 
House 1,2,3. 



CI I IMS MM SMI I I I 



Chi 



Usually Seen: 

Coming in late 
Mrs. Stoddard s Secretary I; Open House I; 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Basketball 2; Miss 
Benson's Messenger 1. 



CHARLOTTE E. SMITH 

Usually Seen: 

Buying another sandttitb 
Chester High, Nova Scotia 1.2.S; Softball 
1; Sewing Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; 
Volleyball 3. 



CHARLOTTE M. SMITH 



Charlv 



Usually Seen: 

Smartly attired 
Pep Club 4; Science Fair Exhibit 1.2; Open 
House 1 ; Grammar School Messenger 1 . 
2,3; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; 





DORIS SMI I 1 1 



Smill \ 



Usually Seen: 

Asleep in studies 
South Juniot High 1; hadminton I; Vol- 
leyball I. Cheerleader I, Open House 1,2; 
Pep Club 3. 



M \R i SMI I I I 



Smitly 



Usually Seen: 

With the constant friend 
Junior Decorating v Farewell Assembly s. 
Student ( ounul Assistant I; Pep Club s.i, 
Who's Who 1. Victory Dance 4; Attend- 
ance Slips Jj Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



I'M I SMI III 



S in 1 1 1 \ 



Usually Seen: 

ilnjoyiiift tcisurr 
Open House Jj Senior Nominating I. 



JANE1 sim \\> 



Jan 



I sl ally Seen: 

Hating a snaik at Randy's 
South Junior High 1; Basketball I; Type- 
writ, ng Certificate 45, 3; Badminton 3; 
Miss Vining s Secretary 4; Who's Who 4. 



VAN Sl'IWI -i 



Wor 



Usually Seen: 

Talking u ilh the boys 
South Junior High 1; Student Council As- 
sistant 3.4. 



DONALD SPOONER 



Don 



Usually Seen: 

Teasing endlessly 
Central Junior High. Quincy 1 ; Laboratory 
Assistant 3; Lunch Room Assistant 3.4; 
Science Fair Exhibir 3. 



ALDEN STARKIE 



Al 



Usually Seen: 

Very talkative 
Who's Who 4; Key Club 4; Open House 
1,2.3. 



RICHARD STEWART 



Spider 



Usually Seen: 

Playing basketball . . 

South Junior High 1; Honors 1.2; Student 
Council Assistant 4; Basketball 1,4; Winter 
Track 3,4; Spring Track J,4; Junior Usher 
3; Baseball 1. 



JOHN STl BBERT 



Stub 



Usually Seen: 

Smiling 

Band 1.2.4; Orchestra 4; Cross Country 4: 
Spring Track 1.3.4; Winter Track 2; State 
Music Festival 1; Science Fair Exhibit 3; 
Junior Decorating 3. 



DAVID SYLVESTER 



Dave 



Usually Seen: 

In the A.V. Office 
A.V. Club 1.2. Manager 3.4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 1.3.4; Lighting for Plays and As- 
semblies 1,2,3,4. 



ELIZABETH TAYLOR 



Libby 



Usually Seen: 

In a black Mercury 
Open House 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Home Room Messenger 1,3. 



THERESA TENORE Terri 
Usually Seen: 

Reading letters 
South Junior High. Quincy 1; Quincy 
High 2; Freshman Prom 1; Girl Usher 1; 
Softball 1; Basketball 1; Badminton 1; 
Head Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 3,4; Class 
History 4; Attendance Slips 4; Sub-Cheer- 
leader 4. 




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THEODORE THIBADEAU Ted 

Usually Seen: 

Running a mile in 4 minutes 
Winter Track 4; Honors 3; Student Gov- 
ernment 3,4. 



PAUL THOMAS 



Punch 



LIsually Seen: 

Out of his seat in 307 
South Junior High 1; Footb.ill 1; Class 
Will 4; Student Council Assistant 4. 



WAYNE THOMPSON 



Rebel 



Usually Seen: 

Serving on Student Council 
Open House 1, 2, VI; Student Council 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 



JUNE TIERNEY 



Junie 



Usually Seen: 

Doing homeuork at band practice 
Miss Lyons's Secretary 4; Band 2,3.4; Bad- 
minton 2; N. E. Music Festival 2,3; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 3; Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 51, 3; Open House 2. 



JOHN TIRRELL 



Jake 



Usually Seen: 

Working at Hunt's store 
Student Council 2.3,4; Open House 1,2,3; 
Victory Dance 4. 



RICHARD TIRRELL 



Dick 



Usually Seen: 

Roller skating at Brockton 
Science Fair Exhibit 2,3; Laboratory As- 
sistant 3; A.V. Club 1; Spring Track 2. 



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MALCOLM TOM V 



M ilea 



Usually Seen: 

In the Phyllis "lab" 
South Junior High 1; Delegate to Boys' 
State 3; High Honors 1,2.3; Basketball J; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3| Laboratory Assist- 
ant 1. 



KENNETH [DNIS 



K.i 



Usually Seen: 

Managing our team 
1'ootball Manager J/t; Spring Track Man- 
ager 1,2,3; Science Fair Exhibit J; Labo- 
ratory Assistant 3. 



K ATI II DIM LOO/I 



K .i I. 



Usually Seen: 

Hating ibnrolale doughnnli 
Hadnunton 2,v Reflector Secretary I; Sen- 
ior Reception 4. 



\\ 1 1 I 1 \ M I Ol'l I \M 



Itill 



Usually Seen: 

In a quiet mood 
Basketball 1,2. Manager 3,4; Baseball 1.2. 
vi; Football 1,2,3! Cap .ind Gown I. 



I III I \ rOUSSAINl 

Usually Seen: 

Hating a sundae at Brigbam's 




i. uduimnton 2; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 3. 



| OM I'll IO\\ I I 



Joe 



Usually Seen: 

Experimenting in 306 
Baseball 2,3.4; Football Usher 2.4; Labo- 
ratory Assistant 3,4. 





I I 1/ Mil II I I M NO. lil 



r. ii 



Usually Seen: 

In a Fold 

Fraintrce High 1.2.3; Glee Club 1,2,3; 
Senior Party 4. 



I I M'OI I) I 1*1 l-ANT 



I I a r r \ 



Usually Seen: 

Trying to start bn Plymouth 
Pand 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1.2,3.4; Open 
House I.2.S. 



DOIU) I I O I I ( ( I 



Dotti 



Usually Seen: 

Writing letters to a certain someone 
Yearbook Policy 4j Junior Decorating \. 
Cap and Gown 4; Class Duet Collector 3.4. 
Open House 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit I; 
< huir I . Hume Room Messenger 2; State 
Music Festival 1. 



MINI \M \ MM \NI W 

Usually Seen: 

Madly transcribing in 112 
South Junior High I; Glee Club 1; Open 
House 2. Gregg Shorthand Certificate 60. 

3. 



I' \ I IMCI A VI DDI 



Pal 



Usually Seen: 

In the boys' gym 
Cheerleader 4: Honors 2; Class Will 4; 
Junior Decorating 3; Pep Club 3.4; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Typewriting Certificate 
53. 3; Refleitor Advertising Stiff 3; Miss 
Petrucci's Secretary 4; Eadminton 2. 



JE ANNETTE VbR.METTE 

Usually Seen: 

V / ishfuIly thinking of N'tu Hampshire 
South Junior High I ; Open House 2. 



LOIS VIGDOR 



Lo 



Usually Seen: 

Be bin d the soda bar at Olden' s 
South Junior High 1; Student Council 1: 
Student Council Assistant 5,4; Honors 1. 
2.3; N.E. Music Festival 3: Junior Deco- 
rating 3; Junior Nominating 3; Senior 
Nominating 4; Farewell Assembly 3; Span- 
ish Club 3; Basketball 1.2; Badminton 1.2; 
Volleyball 2; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 2. 



MARY JANE VIRGONA 

Usually Seen: 

Assisting Miss Gloster 
South Junior High 1; Library Assistant 4. 




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GORDON WHEATON 



Arab 



Usually Seen: 

Cheering for the Celtics 
South Junior High 1; Science Fair Exhibit 
3; Laboratory Assistant 4. 



ANNE WHITE 



Anna 



Usually Seen: 

Boirou trig from her sister 
Archbishop Williams High 1; Gym Dem- 
onstration 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60. 3, 100, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Badmin- 
ton 2,3. 



GENEVIEVE VOLZ 

Usually Seen: 

With an 



Penny 



Aggie" boy 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 80, 3; 
100, 4; Typewriting Certificate 52, 3; Choir 
4; Lunch Room Assistant 2; Attendance 
Slips 2. 



JANI I WARD 

Usually Seen: 

On the attendance slip 
Choir 1; Science Fair Exhibit 1; Open 
House 1,2; Lunch Room Assistant 1.2,3; 
State Musical Festival 1 . 



PHILIP W VLLING 



Moos 



Usually Seen: 

Driving a 1939 DeSoto 
Student Council 1.2,3,4; Football 1,2.3; 
High Honors 1,2,3; Student Government 

3,4. 



A I DREY WENTWORTH 



Rey 



Usually Seen: 

Blushing quickty 
Randolph High School 1,2.3; Choir 1,2,3; 
State Music Festival 2,3; Lunch Room As- 
sistant 2; Open House 2; French Club 2; 
Dramatic Club 2; Lunch Room Cashier 3. 









ELIZABETH WHITE 



Bettj 



Usually Seen: 

Feeding turkeys on her father's farm 
Future Nurses 3.4; Pumkin Hop 4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Open House 1,2; Bad- 
minton 2; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2. 



JAMES WHITE 



Lightning 



Usually Seen: 

At the Marshfield skating rink 
Student Council 3,4; Honors 1,3. 



RUTH WHITE 



Rookie 



Usually Seen: 

Writing notes 
Archbishop Williams High 1; Glee Club 
1; Gym Demonstration 1; Future Nurses 3; 
Volleyball 2; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



JUNE WHITNEY 

Usually Seen: 

Struggling uith shorthand 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; 
Pum kin Hop 4; Open House 1; Basketball 
1.2.3; Home Room Messenger 2; Mr. 
White's Secretary 4; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 45. 3. 



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1 1 WIG! 1 1 



Jeannic 



Usually Seen: 

Day Dreaming 
Spring Conccrc Usher 2; Maiorctte 2: Sub- 
Majorette I; Reflector Secretary 4; Junior 
Decorating J; Senior Prom l; Badminton 
3; Farewell Assembly 3. 



( , \ 1 1 WILL 



Willrc 



Usually Seen: 

Talking in a iludy 
Student Count il Assistant I, Junior Deco- 
rating Jj Basketball 4; Senior Paity 4; 
Home Room Messenger 2. 



JAMliS WINKI.IK 



J i in 



Usually Seen: 

Working to bmome a ptivl 
South Junior High 1; A.V. Club 1. Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3. Laboratory Assistant 
s,i. ( hemistry Laboratory 3. Senior Rciep 
tion 4. 




DONALD WINN 



Dud 



Usually Seen: 

Teaiing girls 
South Junior High 1: Football 1.2.3.4; 
Winter Track 2.3. 



1 NOMAS VOl NGWOKTH 

Usually Seen: 

Clam digging 
Open House 1.2.3. Baseball 1. 



KODC.I l< B \X I LK 

L'sually Seen: 

In Jamnic* Plain 
Student (Council 4, 



Koge 



CLASS HISTORY 



Harold Blanchard — Chairman o\ High Scht 

Jean Amabile 

Pauline Cushing 

Carol Grant 

Kathleen Kane 

Ernest Keating 

Judith Laing 

William MacQuinn 

Eleanore Main 

Jean O'Meara 
Edward Porter 

Theresa Tenore 

Ralph DODGE — Chairman of Vocational Schoo 
Robert Goodwin 

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APPROACH TO THANKSGIVING . . . 

Miss Dianne Bierman of Regis College held her audience spell- 
bound as she revealed her many experiences in several con- 
centration camps in Germany. She made many realize that 
all Americans should, with humility, thank God for His abun- 
dant blessings, instead of just taking them for granted. 



SOUTH JUNIOR HIGH . . . 

Our class is proud to claim the first gradu- 
ates of the new South Junior High School. 
All class officers are South Junior Alumni! 



CAUSE AND AFTERMATH . . . 

On October l">. 1954, Miss Silvester had a very 
serious accident here in the high school. 
She was walking along the corridor between 
201 and 207 when, all of a sudden, a youth 
ploughed through the girls' basement door 
and knocked her down. The impact of the 
blow broke her glasses and fractured her 
lefl aim. She was immediately rushed to the 
doctor's, where the arm was reset and put 
into a cast. 



We are all pleased that her recovery, 
although slow, is now complete. 



SENIOR PROM . . . 

On April 29, Weymouth High was the 
scene of the annual Senior Prom, the 
final school social function for the 
vear. The gym was attractively decor- 
ated, under the direction of Miss 
Silvester and the music was rendered 
bj frank Vigneau and his orchestra. 

Edward Gurry, our class president, 
led the grand march. All in all, the 
evening was a memorable one. 




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HIGH FIDELITY 



HIGH I 11)1 I.I I ^ SOI \l) . . . 

The assembly <>n ihc new "High Fidelity" sound proved 
interesting. We learned thai ever) da\ articles, luch as 

I he radio and l he phonogi aph . aie beginning lo use it. 
l itis sound makes on feel as if (he hand 01 voices were 
light in the room. A person could e\en imagine he was 
attending a concert 01 a night club. "High Fidelity" 
is also being used lor the 111) mo\ ies and the <ineiama. 
We call he sure that this new sound is just one ol the 

man) progresses in science. 



SENIOR PART* . . . 

I he fills' g\m Wils 'he scene ol gaielv 
and frivolity on January I he night 
of the Senior Party. Valentine's Day 
was tin' (heme ol the lovel) dcto.a 

(ions. Entertainment was provided b) 
the seniors ihemsel\es. Mar) Frales, 
lean Wight, ami (anite oliva danced; 

I'al Vceloc and Man Smith | >.i 1 1 1 < > 
mined; Roberta Drew sang: and 

Brown, Barbara Brady, and 

Mat ka\ piescnted a comical 



Donna 
Marie 

skil . 





Ol \i MK. > I I W \K I . . . 

rtlOM Student! Who took science. 01 who had Ml. Stuart in a 
sltidv period, will ne\ci fotgcl his pleasant personality. I hete 
WIS ii" mistaking the teachet in the blown salt and pcppci jacket. 

Me performed intricate experiments with such a proud and 

please d twinkle in his exes, lot he cnjencel seeing his c las-, acquire 
know ledge, and would oftel am assistance which would help 
fill 1 1 1 <- 1 a pupils undcistamlmg ol the subject 

Main classes have pcialcd with him in pulling on a Science 

Fair. Mi Stuart spent man) nights aftei school, helping students 

make interesting and educational exhibits. 

Mi StUail came to Weymouth High ill 1947. He- made a big hit 
with students .is well as with the- teachers. With the work and 
complete co opctalion that he and his c lasse-s exchanged, one 
ma\ easily understand how we miss him Mthough he is oHi- 
c i.r 1 1 s ictiicd now. mam lottnet students still \isit him. not 
onl) lot social calls, but also lor help in theit subjects. We wish 
him the mia best ol everything, and a happv. enjo\able retire 

ment. 



MR PRATT COMES . . . 

Mr. Pratt, formerl) of Rockland High came to Weymouth last 
year as a teacher. This Near he has assisted Mr. Page as track 
coach. His record is an excellent one. Weymouth will have a 
much improved club because of his knowledge ol the spent. 



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RECORD POLL . . . 

On October 5, 1954, the favorite records of Weymouth 
High School were presented on Bob Clayton's "Boston 
Ballroom.'' over W'HDH. The four disk jockeys repre- 
senting Weymouth were Barbara Bender, Jeanne Burke, 
(oe Casey, and Bob Noyes. 

SNOWBALL HOP . . . 



The Snowball Hop took place on Friday, 
Februaiv II. George Walling and his orchestra 
supplied the music, assisted by our own Mr. 
Roche, who played the base fiddle and trombone. 
Those present enjoyed themselves. 



STRIKE UP THE BAND ! . . . 

His name is Mr. Stuart. He's the leader of our band. 
With his arrival came a boost of spirit whenever our 
band plaved at assemblies. Welcome to Weymouth High. 



WHO'S ON FIRST? 
WHAT'S ON SECOND ? . . . 

The "Big Change." the title of our Quincy football 
assembly, caused even pupil in the auditorium to bubble 
over with enthusiasm. Everyone fell silent as the curtain 
began to open. 

Our football players nervously paraded on stage, dressed 
in short crepe paper shirts and white jerseys. Frank 
Facobacci played head cheerleader, with most of the 
first string players as "W " to "H." The boys did a 
terrific job on the "Weymouth Locomotive" and "Oh. 
Me! Oh. My! Oh. Mother!" 

The other half of the "Big Change" came when eleven 
girls ran out on stage, dressed as football players. Joanne 
"Cibby" Cibello gave another one of her humorous 
performances as Coach Fisher. The girls proved to be 
verv professional in doing their calisthenics, considering 
that the boys' jerseys were much too big for them. 





FAREWELL ASSEMBLY . . . 

June of 1954 found (he juniors putting 
on a farewell assembly, mimicking the 
Senior Class Party and other memorable 
events. Highlights of the program were 
presented l»v Roberta Pannier, Jean 
O'Meara, Jean Wight, and Janice Oliva. 



GENERAL MOTORS ASSEMBLY . . . 

Two talented, young men. Jack Osborne and Don Cordon, 
presented a General Motors Assembly for Weymouth 
High. Comedy was blended with education, making the 
program enjoyable to all. Many girls remained aftei 
the show for autographs, which the young men willingly 
gave. 




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HARRY — LOST TO WEYMOL III . . 

Mr. Harry Arlanson. our football coach (or many years, who 
often piloted our tea mi to championships, gave his farewell 
m enag e to a VCT) quiet audience. Mr. Atkinson read our 
admiration lor him on our fates and by the lull attention we 
gave him. His feelings were e\ident in the little weakness in 
his voice as he said. "(.ikkI Inc." 

Mthough Mr. Mlanson is ai lulls College, he will alwavs he 
remembered lot the gical job he did hdC at Wcvmouth both 
as a coach and iili/cn in our town. 



I KCIl roi n\n S 7>2 AM) :>:\ 

We shall alwavs lemember our basketball team led b\ Mi 

Dick Whitmore in the rech Tourney. The lust game 
was played against Winchester, which Weymouth took l>\ 

a seven-point margin. I he scmihnals approai hetl w ith 
Weymouth scheduled against Fairhavcn. a mote c-xperi 
enced and undefeated team. Di<k Whitmore'i team 

fought a lough, fair game. but. because ol too man) fouls 
lost by eleven points. I he school in general showed a 
winning spirit and left with out opponants the reputa 
lion of a good playing team whether the game was won 
or losi 



\ U)l \(, MAN'S I \\( ^ ... 

\\ <• lhall ncvci forget the fresh woodsv smell of 
knoiiv pine that Idled out auditoruim last 
March 17 and IH. as the stage was turned into 
a siimiiK i tamp house lot the senioi plav. "A 
^oung Mans lancv." 

I he cast, which did a splendid job consisted 
ill Sheila Nelvin. Svlvia; Man Hales. Faith; 
Man Smith. Doctoi Spec-; Miriam Vartanian, 
Miss Weal hei head: Kleanoi Doble. Mrs. 
( landall: Jean O'Mcaia. Helen Ciccnlcv; Olen 
(.ibson. Haloid f.iccnlcv; I'aul Hansen. Oliver 

t randall; Bob Noyes, Dickie (randall: Nat 
Puffer, |okev Steven; David Bartlett, Davie; 
Ralph Raymond, Grilly; Hob Pitta, Buddy; 

Sandia Mien; and Hob Larson. 




CHAMPS . . . 

Our football team was tops in 1953. 
Led bv Donny Aikcns. Don Ross, 
and Hobie Fllis. we went undefeated, 
and lied with two other teams for the 
Kastern Massachusetts ( lass \ Champi 
onship. In this exciting season, several 
of our boys made the all-star team. Our 
classmates playing that year included 
Ed Gurry, Harold H Line hard. Frank 
and Richard F.acobacci. and Dan 
Short lidge. The Class -A Champs of 
1953 were the Lasl in Harrj Vrlanson's 
career at Wev mouth. 




CLASS HISTORY . . . 
JUNIOR PARTY . . . 

Who was the charming couple doing the "Tennessee 
Waltz" at the Junior Party. 1954? Pantomimists, Bobbv 
Pitts, and Joe Casey tough competition for our "pro.," 
Janice Oliva! And would you ever believe that "Birdseed" 
Noyes was strong enough to play a gorse in that "Snow 
White" sketch? 





CAN WE? . . . 

In January, the Student Council tried 
to put on an assembly to demonstrate 
the need for more clubs and activities 
at W. H. S. ( ibli\ Cibello made a good 
Swiss mountaineer, but we can't quite 
see w here she would In into one of the 
scheduled clubs. We fell ill l>\ the 
end of the assembly, after the Future 
Nurses had administered to their 

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EASY ED . . . 

January brought to our Monday A.M. 
assembly a distinguished athlete from 
Boston Celtics, Ed McCauley. This 
gianl basketball player delivered a 
talk on the relation of a person's char- 
acter to his occupation. The student 
body was impressed, because we knew 
he lives what he talks. 

The cheerleaders had a special cheer 
foi this spoils hero, who willingly 
obliged the girls with autographs. 



VICTORY DANCE . . . 

The annual Victory Dance, held November 19, was a 
tremendous success, but perhaps we should call it the 
Athletic Dance for obvious reasons. 

Oui orchestra leader. Baton Hugo, asked Adrienne Fusco 
to sing, and then everyone joined in to wish Barbara 
Brad) and Buzz) Schofield a happ\ birthday. Later, 
Doris Swart and Clifford Rand were chosen King and 
Queen. 

After the dance, the Scituate Cabin became a busy place. 
Need we sav more? 



JUNIOR OUTING . . . 

Our Junior Class travelled all 
the way down Cape Cod to 
Craigville for our outing, and 
for what? For plenty of wind 
and sunburn! But we didn't 
mind, because it was lots of fun 
coming and going. 



HOP— HOBO STYLE . . . 

Chinos and Bermuda shorts, big 
straw hats, one even filled with 
lollipops b) a senior business 
student, were a new fad intro- 
duced at out Hobo Hop. George 
Waiting's orchestra was great, 
and the large crowd really 
jumped. 



TAXATION WITHOUT 
REPRESENTATION . . . 

The class dues were reduced one 
dollar this year. We can attribute this 
to the large number of pupils who 
came to the many dances and other 
activities, and so helped to reduce the 
dues. 




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MEMORY GEM 

"When you come to the Red Sea place in your life. 
Where in spite of all you can do, 
There is no way round, no way back, 
No other way but through, 
Then trust in your God with soul serene 
Till the dark and the storm are gone. 
He will still the winds; He will calm the waves 
When He says to your soul, 'Go on.' " 

Anonymous 




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Arthur Reacle. Intellect 
Gloria Belcher, Friendliness 
Jean Richardson. Intellect 






Janet Joseph 
Most Popular Girl 



Roy Gustafson, Dignity 
Dorean dishing, Disposition 
Robert Pitts, Disposition 





Edward Gurry 
Most Popular Boy 
Best School Citizen 



Ralph Raymond, Friendliness 
Jeanne Burke, Dependability, Dignity 
Paul Hansen, Disposition 




foanne Cibello, Comedienne 
Robert Noyes, Comedien 
Janice Oliva, Cleverness 



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Edward Carpenter, Most Carefree 
Diana Lancissi, Most Carefree 

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Mark Shields, Poet 



fl] Carl Anderson, Musician 

Roberta Pannir, Poetess 

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THAT OLD GANG OF MINE . . . 

Top row, left to right: 

Mary D'Ambrosia, Ted Fitzgerald, Eleanor Doble; Bicknell 
School, Grade 3 

Second row: 

Hunt School, Grade 5: Helen Alley 
Third row: 

Roberta Pannier, Jane Ericson, Janice Dunn, Nancy Treen, 
Virginia Mahn, Jean Hale: Janice Dunn, Nancy Treen, Jean 
Hale. Jane Ericson, Virginia Mahn, Roberta Pannier 
Bottom row: 

Mark Shields, Donald Schultz; Lois Vigdor 









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NOT SO LONG AGO . . . 

Toi> row. LEFT TO RK.ll 1 : 

Pal Robinson, Diana Laiuissi: Barbara Bender. I.oh \o\es, 
Joe Casey. Jeanne Burke: Man Sniiib. Henr\ DuVerger, Pat 
Vedoe 

Second row: 

Barbara Brady: I > i x c 1 1 I'mhrkiia: Jean Belcher, Gloria 
Belcher, Joan Garofalo, Jean Fisher. Helen Alley, Jeanne 
Burke, Dorean Cushing, Barbara Bender: Jean O'Meara, 
Ricky Fields. Diane McPherson, Bob Dix, Pat Robinson 

Third row: Pat Vedoe, Mary Frates; Diana Laneissi 

Foi Kin row : 

Kathy Tooze, Mary Frates: Carol Martell, kathy Tooze, 
Diana Laneissi, Pat Robinson; Jeanne Wight, Janice Oliva 
Bottom row: Doris Smith: Kathy Too/e. Carol Martell 







Each year the students who have achieved the highest academic records at Weymouth 
High School are chosen to deliver the High-Honor Essays in the exercises held on Gradua- 
tion Day. 

These speakers deserve great commendation; they represent young people ot admirable 
character and superior intellect, combined with an understanding appreciation of education. 

We feel justly proud of such students and anticipate that they will continue to pro- 
duce the same type of work, thus being assured of great success and happiness in their future. 

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THE HIGHWAY TO SUCCESS 

JOYCE L MALETTE 

PROGRESS IN HELPING YOUTH 

JEAN RICHARDSON 



ADVANCING WITH THE ATOM 

MALCOLM D. TOBEY 





I lie I I lohwav 

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1 o buccess 



Joyce M alette 



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C/rom time immemorial life Mas been compared to a journey 
with rapidly changing scenes, moving along as a vast panorama. What 
experiences, what emotions are crowded into a single life! To know , to 
think, to Feel, to take pan in the happenings of a day. no matter how 
hard or troublesome the incident, are privileges of greatest value. 

This journey of life began under the guidance of our parents, 
who helped us lay the necessary foundation lor correct morals and 
highest principles. Alter attending grammar school, we entered high 
school, where we began to carry out a more definite type of plan for the 
future. Many problems were encountered, but. after being solved, have 
become the foundation of our chosen vocation. 




Progress in education depends mainly upon ourselves, our attitude and efforts. 
A well-educated person is one who has been so trained that he can take his place 
in society as a useful member. Charles Lindbergh, in his most recent publication, 
"Of Flight and Life.'* states. "Our future depends upon ourselves, our abilty. our 
character, our ideals.'* 

An outstanding example of a man whose life should be imitated is that of Ben- 
jamin Franklin, who. by great effort and perseverance, reached the peak of success 
as an inventor, scientist, printer, writer, and diplomat. Many men since Franklin 
have achieved success, but none has surpassed him in integrity and ingenuity. 

Dr. Harrison H. Gough. a research psychologist and scientist from the Univer- 
sity of California, recently undertook the problem of discovering why some gifted 
persons make a place for themselves in the world: while others wander aimlessly, 
wasting their abilities. After long research, he devised a test to measure and forecast 
the psychological persistence of man. He has tested more than ten thousand people 
in twenty-five states and believes the tests will be most useful for advice and guid- 
ance of high school pupils. 

Now has come the end of our high-school days. W ithin the walls of Weymouth 
High School, we have received the background that makes it possible for us to con- 
tinue our work on an advanced scale. The way so long sought is lying ahead, with 
opportunities beckoning us onward. We are about to enter the great highway of life, 
where it is necessary to solve our own problems without the guidance of parents and 
teachers. What course shall we pursue to make our lives count? Eastern mystics 
say, "Thou canst not travel on the Path before thou hast become that Path itself." 

For some, life will be easy: for others, tremendously difficult. But each of us, 
like Christian in "The Pilgrim's Progress." must travel the road, whether it be long 
or short. We will meet the temptations of Vanity Fair, struggle with Giant Despair, 
and pass through the Valley of the Shadow. Let us have the courage to meet all 
enemies and go on victoriously. "Ask and it shall be given unto you; seek, and ye 
shall find: knock and it shall be opened unto you." 

W hat counts is not the wealth we may acquire, nor the fame we may achieve, 
but how well we use the talents that Ave possess, how well we serve God and our fel- 
low men. Our salvation, our only salvation, lies in the balanced qualities of spirit 
and mind. Without this control, without this balance, our military victories can 
bring no lasting peace; our laws no lasting justice. In this great strife for peace, all 
of us can help with service, honest endeavor, faith that God lives and rules, and the 
hope that sometime we may hear His welcome words, "Well done." 





Progress In 

Helping Youth 

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Cy ,lllU 1111 « , »> n ik , > laces a vcr\ gra\e problem that threatens our 
Future internal security, the solution ol which must be Found in order 
to maintain our safety and position ol Leadership— a problem dealing 
with the youth of our nation, known as juvenile delinquency. 

Since 1948, the appalling fact is that there has be e n an increase 
ol Forty per cent, in juvenile crime. Youthful delinquents have been 
charged with over hall the automobile thefts and a large number of 
the burglaries, assaults, and homicides. Many reasons lead up to this 
wrong doing: broken homes, little religion, overcrowded conditions in 
metropolitan an as, and la< k ol parental guidance; besides the influence 
ol television, crime comics, narcotic addiction, and criminal associates. 

In speaking ol this problem. Kleanor Roosevelt said. "There is 
much talk ol how to handle children in trouble. Let's find out what is 
wrong." What progress has been made- in finding the cause, in helping 
this class of voting people? Let us take as an example of excellence, 
one in our own community, the Quincy Juvenile Court. We can be 
justly proud ol this -roup lor the outstandingly considerate treatment 
extended to young offenders, w ho receive every chance to rehabilitate 
themselves. Unlike the Quincy Court, however, is one in a large city 




of a Midwestern state, where little understanding is extended to the individual, ex- 
emplified by the action of one judge who, after reviewing the cases of thirteen boys 
one year, committed them all to the state reform school. It is not surprising, then, 
that the crime rate there is thirty-five per cent, higher, according to population, than 
it is in Quincy. 

In 1946 Judge Kenneth Nash established the Juvenile Court in Quincy; prior 
to this all youthful delinquents were tried in adult courts where the first 
offender was associated with the hardened criminal. Now the Juvenile Court 
evidences great progress, serving seven cities and towns in East Norfolk County, 
helping young Americans who are not criminal potentials but misguided boys and 
girls with the wrong evaluation of life. 

It is the belief of Mr. Richard Clendenen, Executive Director of the Senate 
Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency, that only a small portion of delinquent 
children need institutional care. These few are first arraigned, then sent to the 
"Travelling Clinic." which is composed of a psychiatrist, a psychologist, and a 
social worker who send in reports as to the child's mental and physical aptitudes. 
Then, upon the recommendation of this group, the child is either put under par- 
ental guidance, placed on probation in a foster home, or sent to a special school, 
such as the "Stevens' Home for Boys'' or the "Longview Farm" in Massachusetts, 
the "Clinic of Junior Republic" in Connec ticut, or the "Golden Rule Farm" in New 
Hampshire, where the child learns his obligations to society and the importance of 
proper conduct. 

Should the case be serious, as in the case of an habitual offender, he is sent to be 
tested by the "Youth Service Board." which has charge of the Lyman School and the 
Shirley Reform School. This is used, however, only as an extreme measure, such as 
for repeated burglaries, property damages, and other criminal actions. Most of the 
juveniles are cared for at the special schools mentioned before, or are placed on pro- 
bation. In all cases, every effort is made to help and guide a confused individual 
toward the right path. Tuition for the special schools is usually shared by the par- 
ents and the community, in order to give both a responsibility for the child. 

What is the result of this effort on the part of our community to help the 
juveniles? According to Mr. Edward Batchelder, Juvenile Probation Officer for the 
Quincy Court, the number of delinquents here annually is 2^8. or one per cent, 
of the total juvenile population. Likewise. Mr. Batchelder has reported that, in 
most cases, the youngster does not, as is true in many communities, become a law- 
breaker in adult life. 

The Quincy Juvenile Court is just one example of the earnest desire of Ameri- 
cans to understand and aid their young citizens. Never in past years has there been 
suc h an effort. But. as Mr. John R. Ellingston, Special Adviser on Criminal Justice 
for Youth at the American Law Institute in California, says, "Young people are 
basically good and will take the right path if given half a chance.'' We are giving 
them that chance not only for their sake, but for the good of all. 

Churches and Scouts, social agencies and parent organizations, Y. M. C. A.'s 
and schools, all are co-operating to bring about better understanding. Surely by 
such co-operation. "The Wrong Shall Fail, the Right Prevail," assuring our coun- 
try of a long and prosperous future. 




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i \ 1 1 :<n s eu i < >RJ ( hrisi . man showed a great Interest in the sti tu 
ture ol the universe. In )<»«. B. ('.. Demc* i itus, a Greek sc ientist, who 
thought ili. n -ill mattei was made up ol minute particles, originated the 
term atom. 

Not until iKo'i. twenty-two centuries later, howev er, did John Dal 
ton Further develop this idea In referring to the- atom as the smallest 
particle ol a single element whi< h could take part in ( hemic al reat hod. 
In 1896, Madame Curie discovered the radium atom, the most radio- 
active and among the most expensive oi our metals. In the early looo's, 
Ernest Rutherford discovered the electron and proton with die atom 
itself; late r, in 1919, he was successful in changing one element, nitro- 
gen, to another, oxygen. In 1938, Dr. Lise Meitner and Professor Otto 
Hahn, at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in Germany, split the firsi atom, 
one of uranium. A year later. Dr. Arthur Compton, at the University 
of Chicago, caused the hist known chain reaction, and the stage was set 
for the atomic bomb. 

Along with the atomic bomb came a demonstration of Dr. Kin- 
stein's theorv. stated decades earlier, that matter can be changed to 
energy and. conversely, energy to matter. When matter is changed to 
energy, the total energy of radioactive material can be released in a split 
second, as in the atomic bomb, or more slowly, as in atomic reactors. 




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The government has set aside most of the raw materials of atomic power for 
military use. Progress has been great, as shown by the development of the atomic 
cannon, atomic submarine, and the hydrogen bomb. It has been necessary to 
develop these weapons, but. now, more atomic energy should be available for 
improvements in industry and for the home. It is the hope of military men that 
industry will take over the further development of nuclear energy. 

A good example of such development is a Boston firm; namely, Tracerlab. 
founded by William E. Barbour and Wendell C. Peacock in 1946. When Tracer- 
lab was established, nine scientists each donated $1500 to be used as capital. Since 
the new and revolutionary business w as not considered a good risk, no bank or 
insurance company would give these pioneers a loan. Yet Tracerlab researchers 
soon invented the Autoscaler, a device for measuring the rate of disintegration of 
radioactive isotopes. This allowed scientists to measure the radioactive strength of 
a substance and the effect on the materials and on their health. 

Immediately. Tracerlab was Hooded with orders from the U. S. government 
and from many other countries. The United States was the biggest customer, with 
an order for fifty-eight Autoscalers at $750 apiece. This, instead of making the com- 
pany, nearly caused its ruin, for the men working on the project became well 
known and were sought as consultants for other companies or for the government. 

Still Barbour kept on and developed the Beta Gauge which measures the 
thickness ot any substance made in a continuous sheet, like tape or paper, without 
touching the substance or slowing down the process. It does this by measuring the 
number of beta partic les which are absorbed by the material. The use of this gauge 
e nabled one manufacturer to save $150,000 a year, by convincing him that he was 
using too much of a certain material in his product. 

With the release of secret data by the government and by leasing radioactive 
materials to various companies. Tracerlab. at last, had a chance to live up to its 
name. Its workers devised methods of tracing an amount of radioactive material as 
small as one billionth ol an ounce. These new methods were put to work in 
sc ientific research or in practical ways, as in solving the mysteries of the circulatory 
system or proving the effectiveness of proper fertilization in farming. As Tracer- 
lab began to swing into full scale work, its earnings began to mount up from the 
first struggling existence to a firm of nearly a thousand workers which is worth 
about fourteen million dollars. 

The work of Tracerlab and similar companies has shown great progress in the 
peaceful application of the atom. Still they have barely scratched the surface and 
1 he greatest advance is vet to come, for who knows what tomorrow will bring? 
Robert LeBaron. Chairman of the Military Liaison Committee of the Atomic 
Energy Commission, predicts. "There is reasonable chance that atomic power may 
be one of the principal sources of air power within fifteen or twenty years." These 
airplanes would possibly be able to stay in the air for two hundred hours or more. 
Also, it is within reason to speak of batteries which could last for thirty years, or of 
electric generators which could produce electricity at one-fiftieth the present cost. 
All this may seem fantastic; but if you consider the advancement made in the past 
fifteen years, you must realize that still greater progress lies in the future. 



"We can't all play a winning game; 
Someone has to lose. 
But we can play it so our name 

No one dare accuse. 
For when the Master Referee 
Comes to score against our name. 
He writes not whether we won or lost. 
But how we played the game." 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

The main objective of the Student 
Council is to promote closer relations 
between the student body and the faculty. 
The group is in charge of organizing school 
social activities, fire drills, and lunch-room 
duty. The council members, chosen bv 
then classmates from the high and voca- 
tional schools, receive ideas from the 
student body and discuss them lor future 
action, with the final approval from 
faculty members. This year the group 
joined the National and New England 
Associations of Student Councils. 





Om school niaga/iiic, the Iteflcctin; was pub- 
lished I on 1 times tliis year. ()! course, the Edi- 
tor-in-chief, Barbara Bender, aevei rested until 
.ill work was completed and the awards were 
given at the out-ofdoor assembly. 

Every year there has been a Reflector contest, 
but the contest this year was made more public, 
and a new set <>! rides was drawn up. Four win- 
ners were chosen Erom each issue, and Erom the 
twelve finalists one winner was chosen. A per- 
sonalis engraved lountain pen was awarded to 
the w innei . 

Weymouth High School is proud of its llejl< <- 
tor. since the entire maga/ine is written and 
published l>\ pupils of the school. The faculty 
advisers and the print shop workeis have been a 
constant help to the various si. ills. 






YEARBOOK STAFF 

The Yearbook Staff and Policy Com- 
mittee, under the editor-in-chief Jeanne 
Burke, has worked hard to produce a book 
worthy of Weymouth High School. 

The committee has carried out its theme 
of traditional ivy successfully throughout, 
bringing a note of nostalgia to all gradu- 
ates of Weymouth High School as they 
recognize the familiar school scenes. 

We of the Yearbook Staff and Policy 
Committee wish to thank all those who 
have aided us, especially faculty members 
who worked with us many long hours. 
Only with their help have we been able 
to produce a yearbook for 1955 of which 
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YEARBOOK SALES 

It is only ii.iiiu.il ih. it iht' Yearbook !>c <>l 
the greatest interest to the seniors, as it is 
devoted mainl) to them and ihcir ;i< ti\ itics. 

This year, in ordei i<> arouse the interest «»i 
the three lower (lasses, it was decided to sponsoi 
a contest, whereby the rooms that made one 
hundred per cent, sales would have their pic- 
tures on a spec ial page. 

We are proud to say that many looms co-op- 
erated and achieved the in.uk. but only the lnsi 
two are regarded the winners. 

Congratulations to Room II I and Room 2011 





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Our Yearbook would not be complete with- 
out some mention of our classrooms. The 
courses taught in them are many and varied, 
ranging from college preparatory to business 
administration. Basically, however, all our teach- 
ers are striving to meet one goal. They are trying 
to educate us so that we, the leaders of tomor- 
row, will be good American citizens. 

Our heartfelt thanks go to all of our teachers 
for making our four years at Weymouth High 
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LABORATORY ASSISTANTS 

rhe laboratory assistants, under the guidance 
oi Mr. Loud, have aided physics and chemistry 
classes by having the uecessar\ ct| u i ] >mtn i ready 
lor use. 

CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA 

rhe Choir, under the able direction <>l Mr. 
Russell |a(k. enjoyed a regular round ol activi- 
ties this past season. Several members took pan 
in the Massachusetts Ml Stale Music Festival at 
Symphony Hall, in Boston, February 25. Other 
members took, pan in the New I upland Music 
Festival, held in Rutland. Vermont, April 2. 

Oikc a»ain our Orchestra has completed its 
schedule with the annual Spring Conceit. Lim- 
ited membership has been the greatest impedi- 
ment. We are hoping that many new members 
will join us another year. 






BAND 

This past year the band, under the able direc- 
tion of Mr. Raymond Stewart, achieved a high 
rating in marching and in playing technique. 

The drum majorettes who led the band in its 
maneuvers were Ann Vaughan, jana Fowler, 
Ida Nillson, Nancy Keete, and, as head major- 
ette, Barbara Puopolo. 

Our band performed at all the football! games 
and at assemblies during the year. 








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BASKETBALL TEAM 

I Ins vcai's basketball team engaged 
in many thrilling contests, although 
dropping more than their share <>i 
heartbreakers. The) made up foi what 

the) lacked in height and shooting abili 
t\ with light and determination. Main 
underclassmen saw service, thus virtual- 
I) insulin" a more successful campaign 
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During the past year our football team did 
not have so successful a season as we should 
have liked. Coach John Fisher had a difficult 
task, as the team consisted primarily of inex- 
perienced players. The boys worked hard and 
their spirit and teamwork should be given great 
praise. 

The season ended with the winning of the 
traditional Thanksgiving game with Brockton 
which, we hope, is an indication of a winning 
streak for the coming year. 



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I Ins yeai |<>lin Fisher matlc Ins bow as coach 

oi ilu- baseball team. Onl) a few players had 

returned Iroin lasi year's scpiad. hut, with aid 
Irom assistant-! oac h I.co Hayes and (attain 
\n Bandini, Mr. Fisha assembled a team for 
the first game in less than two weeks. Our b;i 
club lost its first game to an experienced Water- 
town team !»-.'<, and tell 5— against Ihaintree. 
We topped Milton Academy ll-H in a slugging 
(ontest. The next two games were lost in close 
battles. However, the leant is confident of mov- 
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TRACK 

The largest track squad in Weymouth's history, 
one of fifty members, breezed through its winter 
schedule. There were no outstanding stars, but 
several consistent winners. 

An injury to Coach Page gave extra duty to 
Assistant Coach Mai Pratt and Captain Jack 
Lombard as the team faced a rugged eight-meet 
spring schedule, highlighted by a defence of its 
South Shore crown. 

CROSS COUNTRY 

The cross-country squad of 1955. having a 
Eairly successful season, won three and lost three 
of the dual meetv 

An unusally promising crop of underclassmen 
will don the Maroon and Gold uniform in the 
fall, when a very fine season is expected. 






GIRLS' SPORTS 

This past \ear, gh Is' sports bee amc iuc i easing! \ 
popular. The program was intercstinglv arranged 
and attracted many of our gills. Practice sessions 
were held dining some of the gun periods and 
tlie others after school. The main activities ton- 
siscd of volleyball, basketball, badminton, soli 
ball, and tennis. I.ibby Field and the Legion 
Field tennis court were the practice fields. Act- 
ing as sports leaders. Miss Arnold and Mis. 
Flags gave a great deal oi their time to help the 
nil Is and to promote good sportmanship and 
character among them. 





CHEERLEADERS 

The cheerleaders of this year did an excellent job 
„f encouraging the boys at the Eootball and 
basketball games. These morale builders were: 
W- Sheila Nelson: E- Joanne Fall; V - Jane 
Foster M -Doris Swart; O - Patricia Vedoe; 
U- Roberta Vedoe; T — Beverly Stevens; H- 
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VOCATIONAL 

Many new and exciting fields are opened 
to high-school boys who wish i«> prepare 

lor one <>l i Ik live trades olleied l>\ die 
Weymouth Vocational School. I lie edu- 
cation ol these students is both academic 
and vocational. 
U The Cabinettnaking Shop bo\s have com 

/ pleted many items ol modern and colom.il 
Furniture this year. Mr. Dwyei lias done 
his best to train these boys, man) ol whom 
ate working in leading c abineunaking 
shops all over the- country. 

I he Print Shop l>o\s have been ke pt 
l)iis\ all the year. The biggest is oui year- 
book, which Furnishes work all through 
-f^pX the school year. With the experience 
VSOgained in this shop, mam will be employed 
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The Automobile Shop is the dream of 
many boys who are mechanically inclined. 
These boys receive assignments on many 
types of jobs. With their training, they are 
able to find automotive work most readily. 

To help I he boys in the Carpentry Shop 
learn their trade more thoroughly, our shop 
builds a house each year. These boys will 
have the knowledge to give them a good 
start in the trade. 

The Sheet Metal department has a full 
schedule. Among the most outstanding pro- 
jects were building and installing heating 
systems in three homes and in the Humphrey 
School cafeteria. Other projects were the 
making of a variety of tanks and ornamental 
items, su( h as colonial lamps. 



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AGRICULTURE 

Out d! mouth High's man) different 

courses, there i\ out (hat stands out among the 

thai offered by the Agricultural Depart- 
ment, litis department is oompoied ol about 
lottv l)o\s. plus three instructors, Mr. Hilmer S. 

Nelson. Head ol the I h-pai ttiient ; Mr. Harold 

Nelson; and Miss M .11 ii- H. Ghione. 

\n important pan in ever) "Aggie" hoy's train- 
in.; is the I. ii iii project that each one must com- 
pete in the summer. The fact that most of the 
boys make over one thousand dollars a summer, 
amazes some people, hut to the student who 
does bis work it is not so surprising. 

I he W'eunouth Agricultural Department is 
actually a branch ol the Not folk County Agric ul- 
tural School in Walpole. Massachusetts. 



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THE LIBRARY CLUB 

The Library Club is one of the most enjoy- 
able extra-curricular activities offered by our 
high school, especially for those who find pleas- 
ure in working with books. We hold our meet- 
ings in the high school library, where books for 
all needs can be found, ft is possible to do re- 
search work here with the many encyclopedias, 
atlases, dictionaries, and other reference material 
available. Both non-fiction and fiction books of 
all kinds can be obtained, as well as popular 
magazines and periodicals. 

The Library Club always welcomes new 
members and will be pleased to welcome you 
next fall. Come, join us! 





SPORTS ASSEMBLY 

One ol the lavoriie .issiniblics lor the year 
1954 — 1955 was the spoils assembly, conducted 

l>\ i loriner We\mouth High l<H>tl)all player and 
captain, Mr. George Hunt, who led a panel 
discussion on ihe topic, "What Qualities Are 

Needed i>\ an Athlete?" Members ol this panel 

were |ames Kane <>! Boston College and 
Weymouth Hi^h: |oc Coveney. twice captain ol 
a We\inouth football team; Father GeotgC Kerr, 
Ebnnei member ol a Frank Leahy Notre Dame 
team; Arlington's Coach Hums, and Weymouth's 
Coach Fisher. The qualities oi Eaith in one's 
abilities, perseverance, initiative, determination 
and hard work were praised. 




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The Pep Club is an organization composed 
of approximately two hundred girls. This 
club is under the supervision of Miss Ghiorse 
and its elected officers. The main objective of 
the club is to support all athletic function. 

Among some of the achievements made by 
the Pep Club was the Snowball Hop and a 
sports assembly. 



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The Division of Audio- Visual Instruction is 
under the direction of Mr. Paul Cleaves. The 
main purpose is to supply motion pictures, 
filmstrips, records, exhibits, and other audio- 
viual aids to all the schools in Weymouth. 

This department has charge of Driver Edu- 
cation also, in which program Mr. Cleaves is 
assisted by Mr. Pratt and Mr. Swan of the 
High School and Mr. Mahn of the Vocational 
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The annual American Legion Ora- 
torical Contest n.is held at Legion Hall 
in East Weymouth with Ine partui 
pants: Harriel Badger, David Bartlett, 
[oanne Fall, Virginia Malm, and [ean 
Richartlsun. who gave theii essays before 
an audience of judges, teachers, relatives, 
and friends. Choosing the best was a 
most difficult task, hut the choice w.in in 
excellent one. [ean Richardson and al- 
ternate. Virginia Malm. The partici- 
pants would like very liiiuh to thank 
Miss Andcm. Mr. Reams, and Miss 
White for their untiring efforts in help 
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FUTURE NURSES 

The purpose of the Future Nurses' Club is to 
help girls decide if nursing is to be their voca- 
tion. 

We have had hospital-school students speak 
at our meetings. We also visited the Ouincy 
Hospital and Massachusetts Hospital School in 
the course of the year. 

SPANISH CLUB 

The Spanish Club enjoyed a very successful 
year, under the direction of Mrs. Bedell and 
Miss Waterman. Meetings were once a month. 
One of the highlights of the year was the 
Christmas Party, held in the library. Our final 
meeting was climaxed by a "cook-out*' at 
Houghton's Pond. 

We'll all be looking forward to seeing main 
new laces next year. 




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The Senior Play, "A Young Man's Fancy," was 
a great IUCCCSS. I his (ometU concerned the happen- 
ings at a l)o\s lummer camp, the action being 

centred around tin- counsellor. Harold, placed hy 

Glen Gibson, and the problem child Dickie played 

l»\ Bob Noyes. An excellent job was done in both 
director, Miss Edna Flaherty, and the cast, which 

included Glen Gibson, sheila Nelson, Robert 
Noyes, Jean O'Meara, Miriam Vartanean, Mary 
Smith, Ralph Raymond, David Bartlett, Robert 

Pitts. Nathaniel Puffer, Paul Hansen. Eleanor 
Dohle. Man Frates, Sandra Allen, and Robert Lar- 
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CLASS WILL COMMITTEE 



Jean Belcher — Chairman of the High School 

Alan Baxter 

Sandra Brown 

Ruth Cain 

Joseph Casey 

Edward Curry 

Jean Hale 

Raymond Noyes 

Daniel Shortledge 

Natalie Pomarico 

Patricia Yedoe 

Paul Thomas 

Philip Walling — Chairman o\ the Vocational School 
Raymond Hoitt 

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^Q)^, THE CLASS OF 1955, as we prepare 
to leave the portals of Weymouth High 
School, desire to leave to our Alma Mater, along 
with our love and affection, some concrete aids to 
make our school even better and greater. To this 
end, we, after careful deliberation, do hereby make 
the following bequests: 

To Mr. Mapes, our superintendent, we 
leave our sincere thanks for making the Weymouth 
school system one of which we are proud to have 
been a part. 

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To Mr. Whittle, we leave the confusion of 
new pupils entering in the fall, and the joy of seeing 
them graduate four years later, a nucleus of a good 
American citizenry. 



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To Mr. Fisher, a group of sophomore and 
junior athletes and all the luck in the world. 

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To Mr. Lyons, a lie detector. 

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To the underclassmen, we leave the wisdom 
to Learn more easily what we seniors took twelve 
years to learn. 



To the Chemistry Lab. a deodorizer, 



To the Cafeteria, an automatic chorus to 
sing all the "Congratulations and "Happy Birth- 
days" . 



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To Miss McMorrow, a safety box from 
which to direct traffic in the upper corridor. 



To Mr. Kearns, an enthusiastic history class. 



To 213, red and green flashing signals, 
warning passers-by about the opening and closing of 
the swin^in^ doors. 



To 216, a private closet for Miss Canning 
to hang her coat. 



To Miss Norris, an automatic folder with 
an electric eye to facilitate her checking for proper 
headings on all shorthand homework papers. 

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To 307 , the peace and quiet of a new 
telephone, 

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To the Vocational School, a reserved park' 
ing space for students' cars. 



To Mr. Bacon, a box of Hershey bars. 



To each vocational department, pupils with 
abilities that will make them skilled mechanics, printers, 
carpenters, and leaders in their field. 



To the athletic teams, a washing machine to 
clean all uniforms, a snow plow to clear the track 
of snow, a cooling unit for the basketball team to 
cool off during the games, an automatic basebalbhit' 
ting machine to give Mr. Hayes a rest. 

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As we affix our names to this, our last offi' 
cial act as members of the student body of Wey' 
mouth High School, we pledge our loyal support to 
all activities designed to uphold or improve the 
reputation of Weymouth High School. 



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OUR AMBITIONS 

To help the world become a better place, 

To stay at peace with all and yet be free, 

To help our fellow man live fruitfully, 

To make a work of lasting art and grace, 

To learn to know and love the commonplace, 

To solve a part of science's mystery, 

To live our lives content with what may be, 

To have an honest heart, a smiling face, 

These are our dreams. We are all-power ful. 

Tin* future of the earth is in our hands. 

We touch it, wondering, afraid to keep 

So great a trust. The earth is beautiful. 

Dear Lord, guide Thou our tender hopes and plans, 

With love as infinite as space is deep. 

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SPORTING GOODS 



"Equipment for Every Sporr" 



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C. L. McGaw 

Newsdealer 

and 

Stationer 



COLUMBIAN SQUARE 
SOUTI 1 WI1 MOI I I I 



LEVAGGI'S 

Fred J. Levaggi, Prop. 
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Home Made Candies 
and Lee Cream 

Made on the Premises 
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South Wcvmouth 
Opp. Posi Office 

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Service Station 

• Marfak Lubrication 

• Texaco Gas 

J. B. McCulloch. Prop. 

WE 0-1800 
826 PLEASANT STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 89, MASS. 



GEORGE T. 
WILKINSON 

INC. 

Industrial 
OIL 
BLRXIXC, 
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1515 Commercial Street 
East Wevmouth 



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SOUTH SHORE 
PONTIAC, Inc. 

Everything NEW. . . 

NEW Modern Building 
NEW Equipment 
NEW Cars 

The Finest of Everything 
Including .... "Goodwill" 
USED CARS 



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Weymouth 



Doucette 
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DeSantis | 

Realtors 



WE 9-3044 • 9-4041 
Res. BR 2-4099 



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133 Washington Street 



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899 BRIDGE STREET 
NORTH WEYMOUTH 
TEL. WE 9-2517 

Dancing 

© Wednesdays 

• Fridays 

• Saturdays 



Available for ■ > • 

WEDDINGS • BANQUETS • PRIVATE PARTIES 



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Middle Streets 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF '55 

BURRELL'S 

Variety Store 



COMMERCIAL SQUARI: 
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Afo Finer Work Anywhere 



SOUTH SHORE AUTO BODY 



All Work GUARANTEED 



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398 Bridge Street N. Weymouth 91, Mass. 



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Congratulations to . . . 

the Graduating Class of 

Nineteen hundred fifty-five 

from your Photographers 

Madeline and Jolm HoLLs 



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( ommei cia I Stal ionen 

• Loose I. c.if Equipment 
• Adding Mac h i n«-- 
• ( Office Supplies 
• Greeting ( arda 
• \ i-il)l( Records 
• I iling S) stems 
• I \ pt- w liters 

1 Maple Street, Quinc) Square 
GRanite 2 2122 



Joseph T. Cazeault 



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WEYMOUTH Tl SALES 
& 

SERVICE " 



884 Broad Street 
Jackson Square 
East Weymouth 

GEORGE TOM \ 



& Sons 



• METALWORK 

• HARDWARE 

• ROOFING 



^lo\ » •«. — Water I leatcr* 
Gas Appliances 

Plumer E. Pope 
6k 

Son. Inc. 

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MOTTO: 

Friendship and Goodwill 

776 Broad St., East Weymouth 
WE 9-1900 



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If it's Fire Insurance 

Or Automobile Insurance . . . 

} ou can place your confidence in 

Charles G. Jordan 



Insurance Agency 



TELEPHONE: WE 9-0427 
15 FRONT ST., WEYMOUTH 



LINCOLN SQUARE 
Sunoco Station 

Gregory Oteri, Prop. 

Expert Lubrication • Road Service 
Tires • Batteries • Accessories 
Pick-up and Delivery Service 



OPEN 24 HOURS 

185 Washington St., Weymouth 
Telephone WE 9-2132 



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(THREE HOUR SERVICE) 
— Tailoring and Dyes — 



Tel. WEymouth 9-3545 

1407 Commercial Street 
At the Herring Run . . . 

East Weymouth 89, Mass. 




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South Shore 
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SPEAR'S 

Slower ^Lop 

FLORAL Dl SIGNS 



CUT FLOWERS 
DECORATIONS 



PLANTS 
CORSAGES 



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WE 9-0049 



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MOTORS 



TELEPI [ONE WE ^-2450 

1 3 38 PLEASANT STREET 
E. WEYMOUTH 89, MASS. 



Bates' Bike Shop 

Dealer 



Schw in 



Dunell 



890 Broad Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 

Telephone WE 9-1946 



FREl PICK4 V • DELI\ ERl 
PAR IS • REPAIRING 
ACCESSORIES 



Best Wishes 
to the "Class of '55" 

\\ c\ mouth Sporting 
Goods 

East Weymouth, WE 9-3663-R 

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• PISHING I \( KLE 

• \H( 1 1 Em TACKLE 

"Equipment for All Sports" 



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"The Drug Store of the South Shore" 

Since 1S88 



416 BRIDGE STREET 
NORTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

WE 9-3331 



JESSEMAN'S 

HARDWARE 

Fred E. Rand, Prop. 

COLUMBIAN SQUARE 
SO. WEYMOUTH 

WE 9-1960 



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COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 

(D^r 30 Years of Service) 

776 Broad Street East Weymouth 89, Mass. 

WE 9-2085AV 



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MARKET 



Vegetables 

Groceriei 

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Mi' .US 



"Quality .mJ 
Service" 



3^6 Bridge Street No. Weymouth 
Tel. WEymoutli ^.24oO-M 

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NORTH WEYMOUTH 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

• Chri stmas Club 

• Register Checks 

3 5 Sea Street 
North Weymouth 



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TEL. \\ V. <M 170 or ( >-li7~>0 

Jackson Square 
East Weymouth, Mass. 



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SILENT GLOW OIL BURNERS 



Range Oils 
Heating 
Radios 
Fuel Oils 



Television 
Stokers 
Records 
Electrical Appliances 



Tel. WE 9-1630 
Jackson Sq., East Weymouth 



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HOWARD G. SWEET 

COMMERCIAL 
Photographer 

CANDID WEDDINGS 

WEymouth 9-2590-M 


New England 
Sewing Machine 
Repair Company 

WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF 
SEWING MACHINES 

TEL. WEymouth 9-3095-R 


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Lakeview Bowling 
Alleys 

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967 Washington Street 
Weymouth. Mass. 


Inc. 

"The Best of Poultry" 

SUPERMARKET 

650 ADAMS ST., QUINCY 
PResident 3-0800 

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485 COLUMBIAN STREET 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 
EDgewater 4-5480 
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1292 SOUTH STREET 
BRIDGEWATER 


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Apparel for Infants, 
Children and Ladies 

We Satisfy Particular People 

729 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 

WE 9-2670 



R. L. WHITE 
HARDWARE 

Floor Polishers and 
Sanders for Rent 

782 I5ROAD STREET 
BAST WEYMOUTH 



Compliments of 



HANSON ; 



\\ avside Furniture 



21 PARK \\ ENl E 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 



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Compliments of 

SOUTH SHORE 
CLEANERS 

814 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 

TELEPHONE WE 9-2424 


Reidy's Drug Store 

Est. 1908 

DANIEL REIDY, REG. PH. 
RICHARD REIDY, REG. PH. 

Prescription Druggists 

Jackson Square 
East Weymouth 

Telephone WE 9-0690 


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GOULD-MAXWELL, INC. 

Dining Room and 
Fountain 

Route 128, South Weymouth 
No Liquor Served 


Compliments of 

South Shore 
Electric Supply 

Your Friendly Distributor 

455 Washington Street 
WEYMOUTH 88, MASS. 

EDgewater 4-6040 
Junction of Routes 3 and 18 





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Compliments of 

VICTOR THEATER 

Cottage Street. I:jsi Weymouth 
Tel. WE 9-0963 



BveniDg Show Continuous (rum <v3U p.m. 
I.jm (omplcir Shot, ji S:00 p.m. 

Matinee Sji.. Sun.. & Holidays! I>45 p.m. 



Alirr the sliov. drop into . . 



ae 5 SANDWICH BAR 

771 Bro.nl Street 
li.ist Weyinouih 

TeL ED 4-5177 
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SEALTEST 
ICE CREAM 



Served Exclusively 
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Bicknell Square 

Real Estate 
Agency 



461 Bridge Street 
North Weymouth 



INSURANCE 

George H. Baker, Esquire 
WEymouth 9-4159 



FRANK 
McKENNY'S 



BEAUTY SHOPPE 



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• Creative Hair Styles 

• Hair Coloring 

WE 9-1112 
64 Sea Street No. Weymouth 



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Insurance and Real Estate 



180 North Street 
Corner of Bridge Street 



North Weymouth 



Telephone WEymouth 9-0451 



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LOBSTER SHOP 



Free Delivery 



Tel. EDgcwatcr 4-5763 

334 Bridge Street 
North Weymouth 



TOWERS 



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WE 9-1278 

423 Main Street 
So. Wei mouth, Mass. 



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orcutts 

Frozen Foods 

81 POND STREET 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 

Tel. WE 9-3126-W 



JACKSON SQUARE 
PHARMACY, Inc. 

//// REX \ll STORES 

Harold Openshaw, Ph.G, 
H( i>. I'harmacisl 

Air Conditioned for 
YOUR Comfort 

804-806 Broad Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 
Tel. ED 4-5675 



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I. ml in Itrol Mors 

• shell Gasoline 

• Oils 



• Hi P URIN< . 

• \\ tSHING 

• GREASING 

I I 1 1 ( omiiifi cial Si i eel 
I .1-1 \\ v\ moiii h . M.i-- 
Telephone: WEymouth 9-7130 
CHAR] ll MM GRO. Wachini* 



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NOTIONS 



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FANCY APRONS 



FITZGERALD'S 
MILL ENDS 

Complete Line of 
SEWING MATERIALS 

I2M) Washington Sired 
East We\ inoui li. M.iss. 

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EDgewaicr 4-6535 



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A great new car for the voting in heart 



• NEW COLORS 

• NEW MODELS 

• NEW STYLING 



See this truly magnificent cur today 

Norfolk Motors, I no 

Your DcSoto-Plymouth Dealer 

19 Water Street, East Weymouth Phone WE 9-0330 ♦ WE 9-04 ^ 



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MORTGAGES ARRANGED 



Agent: ROY WINGATE 
Office Phone: WE 9-1131 

1009 Washington Street 
East Wevmouth 89. Mass. 



Compliments of 



CORBO BROS. 

COMMERCIAL SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

MEATS • GROCERIES 
SEA FOODS • FROSTED FOODS 

Fruits and Vegetables 

Telephone WEymouth 9'2026 



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